Here is a pic with the caps on the board. They go in just like the resistors did, same soldering technique and all. Use caution with the electrolytic caps, they are polarized. The negative lead goes to the square pad.
I received the parts I needed from small bear electronics on Saturday/
And here's the big ticket items, the NOS germanium transistors.
The next thing I did was to solder in the diode next to the large capacitor. This keeps you from toasting those expensive transistors if you accidentally touch the battery to the clip backwards.
Then I added about 8" of wire to all of the points on the board except for the grounds.
Then I added the germanium transistors. Watch you don't cross the legs when putting them in the board. The best way to get them in is to cut the leads a little, staggering them. That way the first one will stay in the hole while you are putting the second one in the hole, and so on. These have a specific direction as noted by the little tab on the can.
Everything should look like this now.
I'll detail out the wiring of the pots, jacks, switch/led, and connector this week.