I don’t get it. No matter what I do I can’t get this right. I’m using the technics overhang gauge and I just can’t take it anymore. I’ve used multiple protractors and I don’t get it. Put the stylus on the null point, move the cartridge until it’s aligned and then go to the next one and do it again. Okay? Great! But I don’t know why I can’t seem to get the overhang. The screws aren’t loose enough? I have no idea. I thought maybe if you just got it straight to both grids in one place that it’d be fine but nope you need to have the cantilever straight. I can barely see the damn thing at eye level. And when I move the cartridge to get the cantilever straight on one grid it isn’t on the other and the whole overhang gets screwed up. I really want to love vinyl. It’s a great hobby and the best way to listen to music (in my opinion), but I’ll never fully love it until I get this alignment right. And then again how the hell do I know when it’s right? EDIT: Let’s say I just go by the cartridge, if it isn’t 100 percent correct I’m still screwed because the cantilever and the cartridge wouldn’t be right. What kind of insanity is this? EDIT: Any help is appreciated! Turntable is a Technics SL–D1 and the cartridge is an Audio Technica AT440MLB.