Converting LP's and other analog media to CD's

I know this discussion might have been started before, but still. I have started to think about converting my analog to CD's. I have done some research and have come across the Alesis Masterlink 9600 modified by BPT and a few others as well. I have read the review in stereophile as well.

I am now thinking of getting that BPT modified version, but before I do that I would like to know if there is a way to upgrade the stock ADC and who does that.

Please share you experiences, methods and best practices.

Happy listening
The masterlink works. You might also want to look at one of the newer USB and firewire 24-bit sound cards. Of course, you already need to have a phonostage. If not, look for an all-in-one solution like this.

The E-MU 1212 for PC or if you have a laptop, E-MU 1616 or E-MU 1616M which has RIAA. The M has fantastic ADC.
I use a regular non modified masterlink with a wadia 17 ADC and the sound I get is sooooo good. Most of my recordings from my vinyl are much better than any of the digital I own.
If you're considering the BPT modified Masterlink you may want to save a few bucks and consider one modified by TRL. I owned one and was very impressed with it. Will probably run about $1500 including the mods. Paul Weitzel uses it for his own 2 channel mixes and some of his recordings.