Using DBX202 VCA's (never seen these with lables attached in opposite directions), to what value resistors did you change in order to adapt for the lesser allowed input current (the 27k voltage to current converters in front of the VCAs are now FI 100k..?), the corresponding feedback resistors in the VCAs following I2V converters (the 15k now are FI 50k with paralleled compensation caps 100pF decreased to FI 33pF...?), the VCAs different control law -50mV/dB for the DBX202C from GSSL-schematic (missing the appendix 'C') vs. -6mV/dB for the DBX202 is adapted by...?, just to name a few...Well after a year after ordering I think I got mine up and running. After a lot of troubleshooting, having to source new VCA’s after the THAT’s that came with it were faulty, drilling out a couple pads to make the DBX’s fit and soldering components to the bottom, and replacing a voltage regulator I shorted….Signal is finally passing, the meter is moving, and it’s definitely compressing. So a small victory for my second build, and I do feel pretty damn great. Had a couple questions though and I apologize if I missed them in the thread: There’s definitely a significant volume boost when running signal through, even with no compression and the output at the minimum. Also, it doesn’t quite have the snap that I’ve known from SSL’s, not that I’m trying to have an exact copy. The compression feels spongy and can’t seem to find the happy medium between barely noticeable and way too much. I’m firmly willing to admit I’m way overthinking this with my head so far deep into getting this things up and running, but something just isn’t sitting right and I can’t quite put my finger on it. Anyone else have similar experiences. That said, definitely took a major step forward with this build. Couldn’t have done it without the resources and great advice here. Going to play with this a while before potentially adding a cavendish.