Anyways I won an X10-D off eBay and upon its arrival it did not look like it was well taken care. I then contacted PinkFloyd and we discussed upgrading the unit with all the possible improvements. Well today it arrived and it is currently burning in using a 2nd Little Pinkie PSU V3i and wiht a set of Rusian 6H23-EB valves. The sound is lovely w/ plenty of detail and clarity but with a touch of additional warmth. I will let the X10-D burn-in for 200 hours and then I will install a pair of NOS JAN 6922 valves.
Meanwhile here are the before and after shots of the unit.