My MMF-5 has always from day one had terrible cueing accuracy. Is there anything that can be done about it? I love the table, and it sounds great with my V15 Type 3, but the cueing is really bad. It seems to drift the most when cued up. Any suggestions? The table is level, and the V15 is passing all the tracks on the Shure obstacle test record at 1 gram. I get no audible mistracking at all. perhaps it does have something to do with the Anti-skate pulling the arm outward. I will try to post a photo of the anti skate weight tomorrow. The little cue platform under the arm looks perfectly perpendicular to the plinth. I see nothing at all wrong. It seems to drop down pretty well, but the up motion is where it moves out from the records center. I never tried the Goldring cartridge. I have since sold it. As long as the arm is correctly setup, I'm not sure I understand what difference that would make. I will post images tomorrow. I may also give Roy a call as well. The tracking weight was setup using the Shure gauge so it should be pretty accurate. Yes, the antiskate weight does always float above the plinth. Thanks again.