Dropbox with a link posted here shouldn't be any trouble. The last beta infogram from Schiit suggested the belt wobble may be due to too much tension, that is, the motor unit is positioned too far away from the platter. I agree with them as IME the wobble comes and goes when I reposition the deck. Right now it's just under 9" (center to center) and there's nary a wobble. Mind you, it squeaks and flutters more on start-up, and there's a barely perceptible chattering noise when the belt goes around the pulley but it's no trouble and is not audible on playback. I wouldn't hold up Rega as a beacon of how things should be done. The RB250 I have had a serious azimuth twist in the shell, which of course was not user correctable. The web research I did at the time I acquired it revealed that I wasn't the only one with an arm in this condition. And we all know the antiskate cannot be completely defeated, making precise alignment to a grid problematic. I could go on with other issues, but I've already made my point so there's no need to hash them out here.