Hey guys, my fuse/relay pannel is infested with electrical gremlins. I've mentioned this before and I know others of you here on the Mondial page (plus those on the 308/328 and Testa Rossa pages) have also had electrical issues and brought 'em up from time to time. My original panel has some shoddy repairs and is in pretty bad shape. The area where the fuel control relays live seemed to be causing much of my fuel problems. Relays buzzing, not functioning properly, etc... I had some mechanics check the it out and they found current in the area around the panel, actually meaning that it was electically "bleeding". Probably shorting in some areas and everything else going crazy in others. The hotter the panel got, the worse my electrical problems got, including my gauges going haywire. Well, I'm going to replace the old one with a new one. It's actually pretty much like the old one except it eliminates that 5 layer circuit board. All fuse and relay points are mounted on what appears to be an ABS plastic substrate and all connection points are hard wired. I'm hopping that slays the gremlins. In order for me to connect the wires to this new panel, I will need to re-terminate the ends of those wires and remove the white plastic plugs. This replacement is not a "plug & play". The outer housing can't be re-installed and the wire terminals on the old board are smaller than the ones on the new board. I used to be an elctrician and my hobbies are Ammatuer Radio and High End Audio, so I'm pretty good at this sort of thing - definitely not a novice. I'll cut the old terminals off, re-crimp the wires, install heat shrink (colour coded), then identify each wire with numbered wire markers. It definitely won't be original after this. I've seen Fuse/Relay panels go for $1,295.00 - $1,695.00. This one was around $500.00, but I'm sure will do the trick - just won't "look" original. My question is this: Have any of you guys ever done this? Have you replaced your panels? What's your opinion on this modification? Originality? Thanks.