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I have both a Denon DL-160 and Audio Technica AT150MLX. The Denon is nice, but the AT absolutely kicks its butt--faster, more detailed, airier, lusher, and yet more articulate. The AT150MLX is still in your price range. Last time I checked you could still get one from www.audiocubes2.com for $299. I also HIGHLY recommend you get the LPGear ZuPreme headshell to mount it on.
Don't be fooled into thinking it's not much of a step up from the AT440MLa, given the similarities in stylus and internals. The solid aluminum body of the AT150 makes for better control and linearity; well worth the extra money. It'll make for a great dance rig.
Another nice touch: the AT150MLX replacement stylus is the same price (from LPGear) as a replacement DL-160.