Thanks to those of you here and elsewhere for the help,advice and suggestions that have helped me decide to break the budget I'd set,and buy a Lyra Argo as an upgrade to my old Supex cartridge. Even straight out of the box,and without much attention to setup,it's superb,and so far ahead of the Supex,that even my son,who isn't a great lover of hifi etc sat down and listened to a good deal of 80s and 90s vinyl last night. All of the attributes of the Supex,such as it's warmth and detail,are there,but in far greater quantities,so much so that listening to each record is like listening to it for the first time,which is not something that I'd have thought I'd be saying. It's also allowed me to re-assess my feelings about LP and CD,for whilst I've always had the feeling that LP has the edge if done properly,this combination is so far ahead in terms of pace,rythm etc that it leaves even a fairly expensive upsampled CD system behind. Thanks again!