Ain't she a beauty? Yeah, absolutely no pics to show for it, so it didn't happen (yet...meaning I haven't wired it up or anything, so as a pedal it doesn't exist yet.) Ordered Saturday, arrived today, that's 3 business days. My first pedal self-built, and it's over-do as a project. It's something I could have done before, but now seems the time, right? Sigh... I have a Tuna Melt attached to my big board, but with the arrival of my NUX Atlantic to give some portable Reverb/Delay for my porch/pickin' amps without it, I needed some CCR, right? This, and the timing, was the ticket to add to the portability fleet. I may mount the Atlantic and this box to an upside-down "J" piece of crafted wood or a nylon guitar strap or something, to just drape over the top of these amps for easy carry during these "1-Trip" trips outside to the deck for porch pickin'. The Atlantic is very similar to the 1590BB enclosure I got with this tremolo, just a bit smaller. 1-Needs a name 2-Needs a finish, and really leaning towards bare etched, or even bare with copper overlay etched attached as a face. Never tried it, I'd love the challenge. Probably salt water/electricity for the ease, but can't yet rule out chemical etching (when the weather and temperature allows for outside ventilation a little better). If only I knew anyone I know had a laser printer... I'd first wanted to paint it up, then clear coats over it, but banging around more than usual as a portable unit would I think just cause all kinds of relic that would make a nice finish not worth the trouble. Plus I like the industrial relic look you get with bare metal and etching (can you say "Gretsch by Bigsby" B3 vibrato??). Still undecided.