Here are a couple of my recent builds using the Mammoth 125B enclosure with the vertical 4-knob/1-LED/1-FS layout. The graphics on each are a full-face transparent waterslide decal printed on an inkjet, with a couple of coats of clear enamel over the top.
First up is one of Geekmacdaddy's British Ballbreaker boards housed in a Vintage Blue enclosure. I really
like the tone of the red LED clippers in this pedal, though they're usually not my cup o' tea in many other circuits. Rather than steal Geek's pedal name, I decided to call it the Bulldog--a right proper British reference--and I even found a good graphic of Spike the Bulldog from Looney Tunes to use on the enclosure:
The second is my build of guitarpcb.com's new Mini-Klon v.1 PCB, in a Curry colored enclosure. I really like the color combination with the brown knobs & graphics. This is the first Klon-type overdrive I've built, and I have to admit that it's got a very smooth & attractive overdriven tone. Tight fit in this enclosure layout, though I finagled it in. I suggested to Blake that he move the I/O jacks down a bit, but I guess he already had that in the works. I decided to forgo putting a name on the pedal--the graphic shows clearly enough what it is: