First, had to make a few modifications to LAFFEY to correct it. This is probably one of the most complicated "classes" of ships I've ever worked on... there are 5 different major construction variations due to early experimentation and then wartime emergency orders to the various yards for more ships once hostilities began, and each ship was different from its sisters (both as built and later on as refits occurred at various navy yards) - even more so than you'd expect. I've identified literally dozens of differences... what a nightmare.
This is LAFFEY as of September, 1942. LAFFEY was a "repeat Benson"; built to the original Bethlehem plans with flat sided funnels. The biggest change I had to make was to redraw the area just aft of the #2 stack. This class has a dizzying number of variations from ship to ship; LAFFEY was completed with exposed funnel trunking in this area and a catwalk above it to the small searchlight platform. The 36" searchlight was placed on a small frame support to elevate it above the pipe railings, which would often be covered by canvas dodgers depending on crew preference.
Another area is the front of the pilot house, which had the 02 level "squared off" to accommodate a ready service cabinet for the forward 20mm guns.
I'm sure more edits will follow.