So named because this thing is purple and I'd need two union roadies to move it. I started out with a set of Hejne shelves from IKEA and some 1/2 cabinet plywood that @Dave J had on hand and we built out the basic structure. Unfortunately I'm great with the ideas and the execution, but apparently I'm not so good at explaining stuff so it was pretty much me marking wood for Dave to cut and then I'd fit it in place. Thankfully, he was game to help out and once it started taking shape the process became easier to follow despite my excited babbling. I'd say we did alright. Later, I disassembled it to make the jack cavities and shield them. I then glued and screwed everything together. This became the process for all four cavities. Pictured is the input jack. The rest were a much simpler drilling procedure. The right side ports are for the input and output, and the top ports are for a future effects loop. I figured I should build in the capability before I glued everything. The pass through has a set of those brush outlet covers to hide the hack job I did cutting the hole. I knew it'd be ugly, so I planned ahead. I had to invert the plates and offset the holes on the opposite side since my material was only an inch thick. The Strat Jack plate is the input, the round is out. Every jack on the board is a Pure Tone and they're all connected to their match with 20ga silicone insulated wire. The purple is a water based product called "Unicorn Spit" that goes on looking like you murdered a "My Little Pony", but darkens up nicely when hit with the clear urethane. That rubber covered port is for the power feed. It's actually intended to mount through a bumper or fender to power a engine block heater. Velcro duties are performed by Scotch Extreme fasteners (Dual Lock stuff).