I've owned this Fuzz Face shell for about three years. It came to me with the stock Dunlop parts in it and it wasn't working. The previous owner had drilled a hole on the shell for what I believe was another pot (maybe for tone, bias, or an LED). There was also a notch on the side for what could have been for a power cable. The previous owner repainted it silver and that's how I got it. Here's how it looked when I got the unit. The "Sharpie" logo's are in my hand writing. This was in 2005. I sent it to Analog.Man and had him install the NKT-275's and other goods to get it up to snuff and I used it like this for some time. I repainted it in Silver Hammerite and hand painted the logo with Black "Sign" paint. I took the NKT "guts" out and had them rehoused in a Sunface Housing and then proceeded to put a BC-108 BYOC guts into the shell. This is what it looked like for about 2 years. I was never happy with the sound of it. I don't think the BC's were balanced worth a crap - so in turn it sounded like crap. The material that was used to fill the hole had crumbled so I utilized it for the LED bezel. NOW - since I've never liked the shell in such ****** condition and to have the tone of this pedal about as horrible as a Fuzz Face can sound - I though I'd take my time and refurbish the whole thing. I'm doing it in PTP and PNP Germanium. I'm doing almost all Vintage styling/NOS components when it's available. I filled the hole that was there with JB Weld and sanded the whole shell to its bare smooth aluminum natural state. I went with Hammerite Blue. I got some repro knobs and I made the Rubber Tread (Since the old one was ripped damn near in half and had a **** load of glue residue). I'm going to paint the logo's on (This version is PHOTOSHOPPED - just to see what the final product will look like. What do you think? I do not have all the components yet.