As the title says, I'm looking for a very tube-sounding (as opposed to "accurate") phono preamp... holographic is what I'm going for. I know my speakers are capable because I've had this sound before (Ohm Walsh 3's, slightly modded). The last time I had a 3-dimensional soundstage was when I owned a Rogue Audio Tempest II and a Jolida JD9. Now I have a SS integrated amp (Denon PMA-2500NE) and I'm currently using the internal phonostage (I foolishly thought it would be sufficient, but it isn't). My turntable is nothing special but should be easy to match an amp - Music Hall MMF-7.1 with a Goldring G2400 MM cartridge (47 kΩ). I don't need any fancy features... I don't anticipate using a better (i.e., LOMC) cart, and I'll never have 2 tables, so I don;t need multiple inputs. As for tube rolling... I have done it before, but don't really feel like spending hundreds on tubes. I like to find one sound I like and stick with it. I have no problem buying used, and I'm leaning towards a Fosgate Signature v2, if I can find one. I've never heard one, though. I try not to read pro reviews, but I like to hear what real users have to say. I'm actually hoping to get the price closer to $1500, but I guess I could stretch to 2k, if necessary. Any suggestions?