Upgrade turntable, arm or cartridge?

Looking to potentially improve my analog setup.
I am finding that my highly modded Sony SCD-777ES sounds better than my turntable.
I have an Oracle Delphi Mark II that is modded and also has an Origin Live motor and the Beefed-up Power supply.
Eminent Technology ET-2 arm with WISA pump and surge tank
Van Den Hul cartridge. Grasshopper IV GLA.
Where would I begin? Turntable, Arm or Cartridge?
What would you consider to pick as replacement?
What are you using as a phono stage?
Pre-amp includes phone stage. Nagra PL-P.
Tube based. Single ended.
i will change the tonearm, ET-2 is a very good arm, but it is not for your table, i will use dynavector, Scheu analog,graham etc.
I agree with Rickeyyan. I had the same combination that you have several years ago and was told by an Oracle rep. that the ET-2 arm is not a good match for that table.I loved the ET arm and what it could do so I got rid of the Oracle. My experience is that for the ET arm to work at it's best ,it needs to be on a non-suspended TT.Others may disagree but that was my experience.
yes the tone arm sound like the ticket . However the most un realized problem in TTs is very simple how does the stylus look on theVan De Hul. they do wear . If you get a new table get a Walker, a bit tweaky but is analog at its best .
Get a non-suspended TT.The improvement in performance with the other components you are using will be enormous.
Dear Dcaudio: Other than the Phonolinepreamp I agree with the post in favor to change the tonearm.

Your cartridge is a great one but needs the right matching tonearm to " show " its quality performance and the ET one is not the " cup of tea " for the Grasshooper.

regards and enjoy the music.
The ET2 is definitely not a good match with especially the Oracle Delphi. Because of the arm being a linear tracker and it's odd mounting position, the weight distribution of the Oracle will be thrown off.

If this was my setup, I would change the table. Go for a non suspended table. It would be a better match with your ET2 tonearm (still an magnificent arm till today).

As for the ET2 and the Grasshpper....Cannot help you on that.
Dear Dcaudio: Along a change on the tonearm maybe could be a good idea to growing-up the TT to MK IV/V status ( I don't if this could be or I'm totally wrong about. ).

About tonearm, I understand that Oracle goes very good with SME 345/IV/V that makes a very good match with your cartridge.

I don't know which TT mat/clamp you own but making some tests on this subject could help you as could help you too a change on the tonearm IC and phono IC cables.

Now, you state that your Sonny sounds better than your analog rig, could you share with us in which sound reproduction areas the Sonny's sound beat it? is this happen with any kind of music and any kind of LP recordings?. I assume that the tonearm/TT/cartridge set-up is right on target as is the cartridge load impedance through the Phono stage, right?

Regards and enjoy the music.
Great cartridge.

Tonearm/turntable mismatch.