Before I go much farther, I have a small problem I need to address and maybe some of you audio types out there can help me. The waveform above seems to illustrate what I'm seeing, although my ears can't hear the issue. See on the bottom channel, which I think is right, there do not appear to be any peaks exceeding about -0.7db? And it doesn't look to be symmetric about the x-axis? The top channel (left) looks normal, almost a mirror image about center. What's causing this? This is a recording of a mono signal, so both channels should be virtually identical. If I had to guess, and this is a big guess, I think it's because my stylus is not perpendicular to the groove on the record. I've torn the headshell apart and put it back together several times now and it still comes out so that the needle is at a slight angle. I can't seem to find any adjustment for it. Anybody out there want to take a stab at this?