Hello all, I recently purchased a used Rega P5 with RB700 tonearm and Rega Exact II cart. It's a beautiful machine (all black!) and the sound is tremendous. It's my first "big boy" turntable. However, I do have a question... When lifting the tonearm to the fullest "up" position, the stylus hangs a mere 2 or 3mm over the spinning record. As in, when I want to que a different song or start the side, the stylus looks VERY close to the record. Is this normal? The stylus can clear even the thickest of records (200gm Neil Young). Everything is fine when the needle drops (as in, it drops slowly and accurately) and the sound is quite alright. Am I just being over cautious? The table was purchased from an audio dealer and set up by a technician (VTA, tracking force, etc.) before purchase. I have no reason not to trust the initial set up. I did browse the hardware area of the forum and found no such specific question. Hopefully someone can soothe my worries! I'm looking forward to many years of great listening and upgrades. Thanks!