I agree with Elizabeth, I am running a DP-62L and never received the second "S" shaped arm. It too was in near mint shape and an excellent example of a classic turntable. I really wished I had all the accessories that came with the original TT. I thought eBay would be a slam dunk but not the case. Few and far between - with prices that are just crazy. The 62L came with the DST tonearm (Dynamic Servo Tracer) which has some inherent limitations when it comes to cartridge mounting. I purchased a Sumiko Blackbird and the VTA adjustment was so tight I had to remove the stock rubber mat and sub in a thinner mat. Even now it's tight ... I thought about dumping the stock tonearm and subbing in something that better fits my needs. Then I would add new wire and a pair of IC jacks that would allow me to dump the stock wire. While Im in there I might as well add an IEC socket for an aftermarket power cord. What I would be left with would be something of an abomination, so I am at a crossroads. The table is in fantastic shape and would probably make a collector very happy. Seems a shame to rip it apart but as my desire to upgrade grows, I am left with a decision. I would say if you see yourself going down the analog path and upgrading carts/tonearms/wire/etc you might want to consider all your options. If you see yourself mounting a single cartridge that will work well with the table I think the 72L is a great way to go. My 62L has been spinning for over two years and does a pretty good job. I knew when I bought it, there would come a day when we would part ways but I have grown somewhat attached to the style and action of this table. Its big, quiet and stable. That being said, I have upgraded around it and the stock internal wire seems to be the sticking point now. It might be worth sinking $1000-1200 into and making a lifetime commitment. Honestly, I've looked around and I cant find too many tables I like as well.