The amp sales are on hold again. I sold about 6 boards to people that I work with. Now that three of these people have started building their boards, the unexpected questions have arisen. I am currently re writing the test procedure, again. I am now writing it for a beginner, even though I had always stated that this was not a beginners amp. I have expanded the section on safety. I now require that you use 3 digital meters to test this amp. After this procedure has been tried by a few people, I will put the boards up for sale. I am sorry for the delay, but I am concerned that an inexperienced person will build this amp and get shocked. I have spent 3 weeks (that could have been used on cool tube stuff) writing the page on safety, and in the two weeks that it has been on the site it has received TWO VISITORS. I have had dozens of e-mails from people expressing their "fear of frying", yet no one visits the safety page. I am adding a new page on safe meter use, it is taken primarily from the new Tubelab SE test procedure, but it can be applied to any amp. If you are going to build a tube amp, read it and then order a few cheap meters.