Thank you guys. I have looked at the link earlier, of course
I was more looking for mistakes or obstacles that other have made or come across and a tip how to avoid those.
I just put mine together last night. Some possible pitfalls.
1) When soldering components - solder from the bottom and check from the top to ensure the join is correct/solid.
2) When soldering diodes verify the direction of the diode. The side with the band should match the the box on the board schematic.
3) When soldering the electrolytic capacitors the long wire is positive and goes in the square hole (be sure it matches the + lead on the schematic.
4) Presort your resistors so they match based on labels and color bands.
5) Identify the resistors based on labels and solder them first (easiest to identify)
6) Identify the resistors based on bands next - several are easily identifiable (like 330, or 470)....once identified solder to the board - work backwards (if its known solder it). It helps identify the parts.
7) periodically check your work against the photo's Roy posted above.
Once the board is soldered you can start work on the wiring and jacks - this is the stage I'm at now (just waiting for some parts in the mail).
For resistors I use http://www.elexp.com/t_resist.htm to identify the color codes.