Hey all, long-time lurker, first-time poster here. So I recieved my new Rega Planar 6 a couple of weeks ago, and I've had some issues with it. This forum seems to have very knowledgeable Rega owners here, so maybe you could help with some stuff. First of all, I'm very sensitive to pitch variation. Prior to the Rega I owned a Pioneer PLX1000, and I had it serviced because of pitch instability (confirmed by the strobe dots moving forward and backward), and all motor parts got replaced. It did help a bit, but pitch was still unstable. So i decided to "upgrade" to a belt-drive - but pitch stability is not my only concern, which is why I didn't go for the new Technics SL1200 GR. So I was unpleasantly surprised to hear a pretty bothersome pitch stability with the new P6, which comes with the Neo PSU, white belt and alluminium sub-platter. I have no strobe or test-tone discs, so the only way I could check was to use an Android app - RPMeter. On every rotation, speed varies between 33.4 and 33.6. I don't mind the fact that it's running fast, but the variation is nagging me pretty badly. Reading around, I tried the "free" sollutions (I bought the tt from a dealer in another country, so going to the dealer's is not an option, and sending stuff back is expensive, so I want to exhaust all the free fixes first). The first one I tried was leaving the Rega to spin over-night, maybe the fluid in the bearing got jiggled during transportation/vertical storage of the turntable package. The next morning, surprise-surprise: the Neo PSU was dead. So I phoned the dealer, and they said the wall-wart was at fault and they would send me a new one. I also enquired about the speed variation, and they said it's within specs!!! Took the wall-wart to an electronics engineer friend of mine, and indeed, the fuse was blown. He said that maybe the motor was soliciting it too much, replaced the fuse, and said it would pop again. I'm testing that right now. But 0.2 RPM variation? Isn't that like 0.6% wow? Does this happen with Rega turntables? And is it within spec? Can it be the alluminum sub-platter/belt combination? Or even the motor? I mean the sound is great, but... can I do anything to alleviate this? Could the Rega sub-platter be THAT much worse than, say, a GT sub-platter? (which is hard for me to get a hold of, since I live in the EU, and I have exhausted my budget for hi-fi for the time-being) The TT has something like 20 hours on it, it's leveled propperly and there is zero visible sub-platter or platter wobble. Thank you.