I haven’t heard the C sharp, but I did recently hear the C Major at a friends house. The C Major comes with a removable dust cover...well sort of removable,as the mechanism that it uses to attach to the plinth is a kludge at best. IMO a very poor design that won’t stand the test of time.
The table is designed to appeal to those who are looking for a ‘modern’ look with its carbon fiber like top plinth. In the case of the CMajor, the arm is the star of the show, and really what makes it an ok buy at its price range. Personally, I would look at the Linn LP12 Majik for not a lot more money. IMHO, a far superior platform that one can take to much greater heights, whereas the EAT is pretty much what you see, is what you get. Not to say the EAT is a bad turntable, but I actually think that if funds are limited, then a Rega would be my preferred choice...and that also comes with a dust cover that has a far better mechanism.