This thread is for VPI owners. I have been using a VPI Classic Direct TT with the JMW 12 3DR arm for almost two years now. Earlier this year I switched from a Benz-Micro Ruby3 cartridge to an Ortofon A95 (along with some other TT upgrades). The sound of the A95 is remarkable, however, I had a noticeable increase in tonearm wobble even when playing dead flat records. I use a Bosch laser level device to check both platter level and azimuth level, but that was not the problem. I saw Harry Weisfeld (one of the nicest people out there) at the NYC Audio Show and told him about my problem. He immediately I should get the new VPI Dual Pivot Assembly which I did. Installation was simple, however, getting the loading on the second pivot, the azimuth level and the VTF correct is an iterative process that takes a little while and some patience. Once you get setup, however, is is amazing. No more wobble and the A95 sound even better than it did before (sound stage image is even more rock solid than it was before). Highly recommended if your VPI arm has wobble problems and once again I cannot thank Harry enough for great TT's and great support. I suspect that my increase wobble problems may have been due to the light mass (6 grams) of the A95, since I did not have as much wobble with the Ruby3.