Yes, the ALPHAs are the AMPS to have, if you have 5 to 10 grand to drop!!! Meanwhile, we began the modification first we will put in the 10Amp breakers I still have the soft start between the breakers and the rest of the circuit So we plugged it in and tested the new breakers. BLAM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WTF?? OH It is that stupid SHORTING BAR I forgot to disable. Well we tested what would happen if a Tube shorts. The breakers didn't blow, but what did blow were the 5A Fuses on the SOFT START PCB. Luckily we had more 5A fuses in the stockroom. Not sure what good 10A breakers will do if the Soft Start has 5A fuses. Maybe the 5A fuses should really be 10A. Though the W7RY docs say to use a 5A fuse. Replaced those and tried again with the Shorting plate bypassed. This time........ OK we are ready to proceed. Time to YANK the relay, but lets look at it first lets look closer The wires were removed and identified where they go. Then I went to W7RYs Photobucket to try and look how he did it. The pix were there, but I couldn't see them very well. They were all thumbnails and they wouldn't expand to a full sized pic without buying an account and paying dearly!!! RAT BASTARDS!!!!! I took a screen capture of the page and got a few ideas. One thing they do is use a fine copper strap between the coax and relay contacts. This is most needed as we don't wanna strain the contacts connectors. In most cases they changed the output coax from RG-8 to a finer LM-240 sized coax. I don't have any of that, so I will use the existing RG-8 and the copper strap. Continued later as we make progress. Still waiting on the Mouser parts to populate the board.