Bob at Sourmash patiently answered all my questions over about 20 emails before I placed my order. He even checked to see if the remnant of Marshall VM tolex he had was large enough for a 1936. Sadly, it was not, so I ordered the purple/black bronco from AES and had it delivered to him. It looks even better in person than in the photos. From 10 feet away, under 3000K LED lighting, it's a dead match for my 2266 head. I'm not dragging it outside anytime soon to take a look under sunlight. I asked Bob to cut the speaker holes offset from one another (one nearer the top edge, the other nearer the bottom edge). I'm not sure why, I saw a photo of a 1936 baffle cut like that somewhere, and thought might help disperse the sound. Construction looks impeccable from the outside, at least. Haven't opened it up yet. I'm loading it with a G12M-65 Creamback and a Scumback H55 PVC. That project will have to be sometime this weekend. They're both 65-watt, 8 ohm speakers, so I plan to wire them in series for 16 ohms. At 130 watts total capacity, they'll (most likely) handle any amp I can throw at it. The only downside is my Lead 100 MOSFET only puts out 25 watts or so at 16 ohms, but as I'm a home player only, I don't think this will be a problem!