Been scratching my head about this one since December. Art Dudley moves the drive motor on a Linn TT so that the path of the drive belt is aligned with the axis of the cartridge cantilever and gets improved musicality and higher output. Except for Roy Hall's TT's, very few turntables with good reputations subscribe to that design approach. Given that it worked at least once and is simple and cheap, why isn't this approach more popular? Obviously, I'm missing something.