Tom Vu, designer and owner of Triangle ART, dropped over today, he brought the CONCERTO and his Zeus MC cartridge for me to play with, starting me at the "bottom" of the Triangle ART line, soon to let me sample as high up as I care to go.. First, let me say that his turntables are built in LA and they can be any color you want, they don't have to be chrome bling looking tables. This CONCERTO, their entry level product is nice, it's not big, it's actually quite beautiful with a giant Class A power supply (not pictured), and uses the same materials, the same bearing and motor as it’s bigger brothers. It has a Jelco tonearm and will take any old cart you wish to throw at it. $3,900.00. http://triangleart.net/concerto1/ First thing I noticed today when listening to the CONCERTO for the first time (it's a new unit right out of the box) is how SMOOTH the midrange is. It's realistic without being bombastic, a sonic characteristic of all Triangle ART turntables (I've heard them at various audio shows over the years). So this non-fatiguing sound means that listening for hours will not be a problem. When used with my Audio Note playback system, it's very good. I'm going to let the table break in for a while and I will report back! As you can tell by the second pic, Tom Vu (on the far left) will build you a table up to the sky if you wish it. I like the more subdued look, personally.