I am currently working on my 1st gen DP deluxe cast Jango conversion. Now that I'm on the part of the visor, a couple of new questions/answers have come up regarding rear mounting. My helmet is cast pretty thick (but nicely done!) & therefore some routing needed to be done in order to flush mount the visor from behind. After routing just the front (vertical) part of the mandibles, I test fit my pre cut acrylic visor. It was then that I found that the visor fit PERFECT without having to route out the horzizontal "eye" part of the "T". It layed in there perfect. Now my question is, was that the way the original was done? It seems that it would be way to difficult to route out the rest of the top & still get the whole visor evenly flushed. In fact, the pics that I have seen of the original Jango helmet looks as if the the ends of the visor (where it tapers into the smallest part of the sides) seems to be recessed deeper than the middle. If anyone has any pics of the iside of the real helmet, please post to help see if this was the method.