I've decided to get motivated and rewire the tonearm in this Music Hall MMF-2.1 I've had sitting around. One of the wires snapped off inside the arm, and I have no cartridge clips, so I think it's time to get some new wires through the arm. It's not in my budget to replace the arm, and this cheaply-designed 'table is not worth putting any more money into. I'm thinking that I'll first pull the old wires out. I also have to get a piece of foam out of the tonearm tube, which is used to deaden it. This should be the easy part. My thought is that after I clear everything out, I can snake a thick wire through the tonearm, then attach all of the finer wires to it and pull them through. Then, I should be able to attach the foam to the four wires, and pull the whole thing further through the arm until the foam is back where it should be. I'd waste some of the finer wire, but I think this should work well, without having to disassemble the pivots. Anyone have any tips, or want to question my sanity? And, is there a source for wire to use in the arm? I'm sure my electronics store has wire, but I'd probably have to buy four large spools of the different colors, when I only really want about 6 ft. of each color.