Now, The Goldfinger ( that I already heard in my system. ) is way diferent to the AT PC-1 and more demanding cartridge at all levels including the overall audio system is it surrounded.
As any cartridge tonearm/cartridge set up must be on target and say on target means: absolute accuracy, after this load impedance is critical and depends on each audio system ( phonostage and everything on the audio chain. ).
Goldfinger is a first rate cartridge and demands first rate audio system but more important first rate audiophiles with deep live MUSIC experiences.
There are diferent versions of the Goldfinger that performs with diferent load impedance manufacturer recomendation You have to " play " with in your sample.
For years the Goldfinger was the reference cartridge for some professional reviewers as TAS JV.
Here you can read one Goldfinger review:
Of course you can mount it in a diferent tonearm but don't think you will hear something really diferent, the Goldfinger " print " is always with and as I said depends on the overall audio system quality level and each one " ears ". Maybe you need to work a little more with load impedance, VTA/SRA and IC cables from tonearm phono stage input.
Now, I don't know nothing about your system especially the phono stage, we have to remember here that the Goldfinger is very near to be a HOMC ( 0.6mv-0.8mv. ) that could overload some phono stages. We can listen overload as : harsh at top end.
That's what I can tell you. Maybe some cartridge's owners can help you in better way.
Regards and enjoy the music,