I would spend the extra bucks and go for the Dynavector 10x4 mkII it kills the blue point special
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Dynavector not a bad idea but why not check out that Clearaudio that got a B rating from Stereophile?Call Music Direct and get soem advice on it.I'm a fan of Grado but you would need a Mu-metal mat to keep hum out when arm is at end of record.Still the Paltinum @$300 kicks butt!!!I had a Super Elys and you have to think Rega is going to make a good match for their table.Nice rigid designs (what Rega wants with their Arm designsi.e. no VTA etc)though a bit brite and not as lush as some others a price point.
The Grados' Black/Green/Red all sell for under $100.00 and are great rock & roller carts for Rega. At ~$225 is the Denon-103, another well documented Rocker. You need at least a Shure Guage ~$20. and a protractor(hopefully you got one with table). Set-up on The P3/RB300 is quite simple and straight forward. The Rega/Grado hum is well documented and for most people is not a problem. For more info go to http://www.AudioAsylum.com/index.html. Check the FAQ section, plenty of turntable set-up info. See you there
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