I just got a rather sexy looking Pro-Ject Debut III and being the beginner I am, I had no idea I had to do as much setting up. I followed the manual to the best of my ability and I'm not sure I've got everything right. Keep in mind I've got the flu, you wouldn't make fun of someone who was dying! Adjusting the downforce and setting up the anti-skate felt like something out of the Krypton Factor, I can't have done it right. To keep things simple, what kind of movement should I expect out of the arm, it's definitely tugging and wanting to go back to the rest. I had to increase the downforce to stop it riding right across the platter. That can't be good. The anti skating force adjustment part of the manual said I should slip the loop for the weight over the third groove of the stub to set the correct anti-skating force for the factory fitted cartridge. They are numbered as to where they are in relation to the bearing rings. Which part exactly is the "bearing rings"? Adjusting the azimut, that I didn't even attempt, but I'm guessing it's as important as the manual makes out. It mentions an alignment tool, is that something I would have to get before I tried to tackle that? The whole family thinks I've gone crazy, finding me dribbling snot and coughing, wrapped in speaker cable, then watching me put a dish of sand into the oven. I'm sure they've all come to conclusion I've cracked and now I'm trying to bake cakes with mineral aggregate.