I am using them on my Scoutmaster, where they have made a drastic improvement. I intend to put them on the Aries, hit a snag in that UPS managed to damage the junction box on the Aries without any visible damage to the box or anything else. But VPI had a new one here in 2 days, got it this morning. I had intended to just transfer the feet to the Aries but it came with the TNT type feet instead of the cones for reasons best known to God and/or Harry. When I figure out how to change them I probably will. I was listening to the Scoutmaster last night, I was using the SS feet and the ring weight and HRX center weight from the Aries. I had it sitting on a Michigan Maple Block 3" block with Star Sound cones point down onto my Star Sound rack turntable shelf and the sound was amazing. I have put my 2 REL subs up on cones also and it had the some effect on them, less apparent bass until there is some. I was playing some direct cut discs and truthfully I don't remember when I heard anything sound that good. I do not pretend that my system is "state of the art" or anything but it sounded dammed good. Most of it is the turntable, I really recommend the audio points, the 1.5 in 1/4 20 thread is the one. Otherwise, the more effort you put into isolating your table the better it will sound, The Michigan Maple Block I use was $125 with shipping and I think it was well worth it. The Timbernation one is even better at a higher price. There are a lot of ways to go and I haven't tried them all but the Star Sound stuff actually does what they say it will do and that's good enough for me.