Many commented on how I build a tube amp. What ever amp, preamp or kit you build, take your time, don't look at the whole amp or kit and say you can't build it, sure you can, remember, it looks complicated but just follow the instructions, one step at a time whether it is a Bob Latino amp, or a Dynakit amp or a Roy Mottram kit, it is one wire or component at a time. Take your time, it is not a race. Carefully bend your wires to make it neat, solder your components carefully and you to can have a nicely built amp for years of enjoyment.
Here is a ST-120 I just completed. Use it as a guide on how to dress your wires, make sure you don't have any cold solder joints, use a good soldering iron. I use a 33 watt Unger/Weller soldering iron on 99 percent of the kit except when I solder the audio transformer wires to the speaker terminals with the 5 way binding posts, then I use a 55 watt iron. Use 60/40 or 37/63 good quality rosin core solder and I can't say this enough, take your time!