I used to have one a few years ago. I can't for sure attribute it to the Wilson-Benesch turntable specifically, but my analogue setup lacked some bass weight. Also, my system back then was totally different from what I have now.
There are a couple of things to consider. The table cannot be leveled. I had the Stillpoints with the threaded risers and that solved the problem. Plus they added more isolation. The Wilson-Benesch Full Circle does not come with a speed controller. I added the Clearaudio Synchro and it made a huge difference as it also provided clean power to the motor.
Otherwise, the table sounded great in my system, with the exception of the bass not having much weight. The bass may not be an issue in another system.
I sold the Wilson-Benesch with the rest of my analogue setup and got the Acoustic Signature Mambo, with the rest of the analogue setup I currently have.
The Acoustic Signature Mambo is a great turntable. It comes with a refined motor controller and its baring is guaranteed for 10 years. Bass is rock solid. Overall, the sound is very agile with the proper weight throughout the audio spectrum. In the AS line, I would consider the Challenger and the Final Tool MKII. The AS turntables have been around for many years and they have proven to be reliable in the long run.
I also recommend the SME 10. Another very solid performer. You can buy it used for a lot less. The built quality of the SME 10 is top notch. This model has been around for many years now and it has proven reliability as well.