I agree, the look without the cage is much nicer.
What I did on mine, I bought Roy's plexiglass plate that goes on top of the board. The prototype one that you advertised a while ago.
I wasn't sure about the voltage at that time, but found the idea of a plexiglass plate pretty cool... Was thinking to
install a few colored diode of some sort around the board inside the amp. Cause you see, when I installed the plate, the board
ended up a bit lower than normal, so there's a small space between the board's edge and the chassis.
Thought that with some light coming from inside the amp and reflecting on the plexiglass could make a nice visual effect.
You know, like these old B-15 Ampeg Bass Amp.
But never got around doing it... If anybody wanna use the idea, just go ahead and post some photos...
Does Roy still have these for sale?
I might restore an old ST-70, and was thinking to use one of these plexiglass plate.
Thanx for the info by the way!