You didn't state what stylus you have in the system. Is it the SGS-6 or 5? The 6 will give even more information that the 5, but is more critical of set up. It's nice to be able to pop in the 5 if an LP is not recorded so well, or has groove damage.
The cart is also very phase accurate, and on a speaker like the TAD CR1 (which I'm also a dealer for here in NYC) you can hear all the slight phase information (like a singer moving around a mic capsule) that is hidden by other transducers.
I hope you get many years of enjoyment from this amazing sounding (and relatively economical) cart system. I have probably 3000 hours on my SGS-6, and when sending back to Sound-smith for a checkup, it turns out the stylus was in perfect shape. This may however have something to do with the accuracy of my set up, but still I think this is pretty remarkable for a stylus to be perfect after 3000 hours.