Among my small but growing collection of thrift-store turntables, I have a Stanton T.62, one of those "DJ" type units, which I bought because it appears to be of nice quality, is direct drive and possibly worth the trouble of transplanting to a homemade base with a decent tonearm. (The stock one is ridiculously short, with so much tracking-arc error you can actually SEE it, and there's no cuing lever or anti-skate control.) I haven't yet extensively disassembled it, but have already noticed that the platter and slide-pot pitch control bear a striking resemblance to the Matsushita-made Technics SL-1200. Having found that company's parts hiding inside everything from car radios to toaster ovens, I can't help but suspect... Has anyone else around here taken a Stanton TT apart? My workbench is temporarily out of commission.