Thank you all for your comments. I was beginning to think no one would as I am certainly not in the stratosphere realm with my components as many of you seem to be.
A few things I didn't mention. I do have a Loricraft record cleaning machine which is very similar to the Keith Monks device, though I've yet to use it as the plinth was ruined by exposure to moisture. I need to get around to building one out of some figured cherry or oak. I have the woodworking equipment and knowledge - just not the time.
Also picked up a 'Spin Doctor' record washing set, my thinking being that for any extremely neglected Lps (and a few of my older ones) I might acquire down the road, I'd run them through the Spin Clean first and then go over them with the Loricraft. I totally agree with ultrasonic cleaning being the current state of the art technology. I do happen to have a fairly large ultrasound machine designed and used for cleaning mechanical device assemblies (disassembled carburetors, jewelry, etc.). I had the kind of mad idea of mating the Spin Clean and it for LP use - a sort of 'red neck' approach for sure. It is large enough to accommodate an LP - even has thermostatically controlled heating function. I might just try some old LPs I got from a neighbor. Even have a bunch of 78s laying around somewhere. What's to lose?
The subwoofer suggestion has also crossed my mind, and again, I have a custom built stereo transmission line unit (uses two KEF B-110? drivers) that was used in my solid state system where I bi-amped it and a pair of modified Infinity Infinitesimals as satellites with two Yamaha B-2 power amps. It utilizes a custom crossover that's passive on the top end and active on the bottom. Perhaps I could send the Rogue's fixed output to one of my old Yamaha B-2 power amps to use this for lower end enhancement.
Cables are another story. I just have some old braided Monster Cables that were run to the Infinitesimals. No modern power supply or wowie- zowie interconnects between components. I could use some recommendations here for sure. As I've been basically in audio suspended animation for 15 years or so, it sure is a shocker to see some of the prices for cables, power conditioners, etc!!
Thanx again everyone, and if inclined, keep the comments coming.