A question for you. The case around the HRO-60 I've been resurrecting was, unfortunately, one of those train wrecks. Unless I wanted a perfectly running radio inside a terribly ugly cabinet, it had to go for refinishing. There are drawbacks -- the shop that powder coated it did their best, but the engravings in the metal for the front panel lettering are filled in "just enough" such that I can't successfully re-ink most of them with a lacquer stick. You did a magnificent job on the front panel lettering on your Hallicrafters. How did you do it? Unless I learn some new tricks, the end solution for me will be to use white-on-clear labels in our label maker. I can match the font and the symbols -- however, even though those labels are totally clear you can see the edges at the right angle. 73 - Steve.