LFD LE III w/Phono Input?

Does anyone know if the LFD LE III has the option for a phono input? If not, recommendations from those that have this amp as to what phono preamps work best with this integrated amp?
Here is an excerpt from the Stereophile review:

Meanwhile, I tried my second version of the LFD with my Rega P25 turntable, fitted with Goldring G1020 MM cartridge. The phono-stage gain is
internally switchable: 38dB for MM, 53dB for MC. This was my first encounter with the LFD’s phono stage. I was expect- ing the usual ho-hum sort of stage built into most inexpensive integrated amps (when offered at all). What I got was totally unexpected: a first-rate phono stage that reduced digital to dust. Well, almost.

But remember: the phono stage must be installed at the LFD factory.
That's good news. Thanks Mofimadness. I'll check with the LFD distributor about ordering one with a phono stage...

Was eyeballing the EAR 834P phono preamp otherwise...
I use a PS Audio GCPH Pre w/my LFD. The PS Audio works well with a variety of cartridges - I presently use a Grado Sonata Ref. w/Rega P25 and all adjustments can be made easily. In addition, the PS Audio comes w/a remote that can function as a volume control for the LFD when you are using your table. With a separate phono pre you retain the flexibility to change the phono section at will.
Well the LFD LE III w/phono adds a thousand dollars onto the price. Being a Class A amp this may not be the best way to go (having an internal phono stage); seeing as I can get a decent phono pre-amp for less than that.

Now looking at the MOON LP3 phono pre-amp. Anyone have one and would like to comment on it?

I know this may sound stupid to reply after so many years but I just found this thread on Audiogon. I am currently testing the exact same setup, i.e. PS Audio, Grado Sonata and a P25.

Do you remember which we your best Phono preamp setup in the back???

Thanks and best regards,

First things first in that the Zero LE Mk4.0 does not have the facility for an on-board phono stage. Next, Neither the Zero LE 3.0 nor 3.1 can have that facility retro-fitted. The option had to be ordered at the time because the version with it had a different main board (with the phono stage built in) compared to one that didn’t i.e 2 types of main board. And no, on the other inputs there was no difference between a 3.0 / 3.1 with the mm/mc fitted and one that didn’t.