Hello. I upgraded my Orbit Plus turntable (originally with a OM5e stylus) to a OM20 stylus and also added an external phono stage iFi Micro iPhono 2. The difference was quite audible, the sound is much clearer and precise, BUT, the "problem", believe it or not, is that NOW the sound I'm getting from my turntable is quite similar to the sound I get via TIDAL HI RES with my NAD M10 as a preamp. Although quite similar, the digital sound has a little more punch and a little more detail so as much as the turntable is doing a great job almost equaling the digital sound, I see NO point having a quite similar BUT NO BETTER sound than the digital counterpart. So, before giving up on my attempts of having a turntable as part of my equipments, I've read that what happened to me with the OM20 Ortofon is "normal" and that in order to get the WARM, DISTINCTIVE, LUSH and UNIQUE sound of vinly, I need to have a so called "musical" cartridge/stylus and that such sound could be achieved with a NAGAOKA MP-150H cartridge/stylus. What do you think about it? Would the sound with that change be as different in comparison with what I have today? Do you think it's worth a try or should I just forget about these whole "vinyl sound" and carry on? Thank you very much!