Well, after going to a gig last night and seeing a H&K guitar amp with the plexiglass (Or whatever it is) front on it and having a think. I want to try it when I get my Sunn 300T. First though, with the H&K, we were in a room with UV lights in the roof, so everything white was glowing, which included the H&K logo and all other lettering on the amp. What i'm wondering, does the H&K do this anyway, in a room without UV lights? Does anyone know? And if it does, how? Does it have small UV's inside it? I want to try taking the metal grill on the front of the Sunn off and putting something like the plexiglass in it's place. Then either etching our band name into the glass, or getting it writing on in white. If I etched it in, what sort of lights should I use on the inside? LED's? LED's don't produce heat do they? If I get some white lettering on it, would it work to put a small UV or something inside the amp along the bottom (Kind of like the old trace elliot's i suppose, although they wern't UV's)? Anyway, what do you guys think? I want to keep it so it's reversable incase I want to sell it one day. I wouldn't mind having to use a seperate power source etc for it. So yeah, how could I do it? (it can obviously be done..) That H&K just looked to cool with all the tubes glowing inside and the logo and eq etc lettering glowing on the front... Cheers!