I became a Rega turntable enthusiast 3 years ago after purchasing a P3-24 (with Exact cartridge and TT-PSU external power supply). Last year I purchased an RP1 (with upgrade package) for my downstairs setup. I read Wayne Garcia's review of the new RP3 in issue 224 and was so excited about his impressions that I decided to upgrade my P3-24. My local Rega retailer said that the RP3 is fantastic but the RP6 will take my system to even higher levels. So I followed his advice and upgraded to the RP6. initially, I was a little dismayed with it's sound but once I ran the table continuously for a couple days the soundstage really began to open up. Also, as all Rega owners know their wall warts can be plugged in normal or in reversed polarity. In my haste to get the table up and running I overlooked this critical step. At first I was confused by the odd sound of the treble and midrange and lack of bass. Then it occurred to me that I had the same issue with my original P3-24. Flipping the wall wart plug around put the soundscape back into focus. Wayne Garcia indicated that an RP6 review will appear in an up-coming TAS issue so I would encourage him to comment on this very important setup point.