Hey guys, my first post! I've got an important (well, very important to me) question for you all. I've been just ITCHING to hear some of my old records that aren't available in CD (or are in lesser quality), and upon looking into purchasing a new turntable I've decided that it would be best to get a new belt and cartridge for my old one (due to the high cost of getting a turntable of good quality). It is a Philips 212, and judging from a couple of the posts I've seen on here, should have a whole lot of life left in it since it really hasn't been used a great deal in about 20 years. What I'm wondering about this old turntable is if it was a pretty decent one back in the day. It was passed on to me from my father, and is from well before my time, so I don't know. Was it a decent turntable? Would I be able to make it sound pretty darn good with a decent cartridge, or would I be wasting my money on a more expensive cartridge since the table is so old, and maybe the electronics in it just aren't capable of sounding that good. I really have no clue here, so I'm relying on your knowledge! Could anybody recommend a cartridge for me? I want this table to reach it's full sound potential without wasting extra money on a cartridge that is just too good for the table. Help! Thanks!