I copied the NVRAM over the weekend and installed a socket. I copied the information that was on it as a hex file and tested the new NVRAM for functionality on the scope. It booted up, recognized all of the options ( Opt 05,13,1F,1M,2F) and passed the self test. I have discovered that the flyback has a crack in it and the display is 'breathing'. If I can't find a replacement flyback, I will try encapsulating the cracked area with silicone to see if that might work. I wont be powering it up again until I change out the caps. As far as capacitor count, there are 85 33uF 10V, 25 10uF 35V and if you have a video trigger, it has 15 3.3uF 50V caps on it.
Rochoz, did you use hot air to get the old caps off or some adaptation of a soldering iron? I have a hot air/soldering station and I'm resourceful enough to make an end for a soldering iron that could be used to heat both terminals of the cap simultaneously. Just wondering which you used. It would seem hot air might be easier but might have drawbacks as well. I haven't ordered the caps yet because I was still undecided which to use; I should have that finalized and the order placed this week.