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This results in quite a few wires cut a little longer than necessary. Yes, there will be some waste and yes, they sell that stuff by the foot, but how much does frustration cost? By color-coding them, it it's easier to sort them out -- blue is plate return, red is B+, gray is cathode and switched ground, and black is ground, which are (mostly) old-time standard colors.
The audio level control remains to be wired up and put in. It mounts right in front of the rectifier tube, so lead dress will be important. You can see the shielded lead from the mic transformer headed over to the empty hole in the front panel; another shielded wire will return from the control to the grid of the modulator tube.
I had a bad moment when I realized I don't own a 1/2" Spintite driver to tighten the nuts of the 1/4" jacks. But I do have a perfectly good modern Klein nutdriver that size.
My workbench is a little chaotic at present.