I don't mean to splash cold water on the love-in here, so I will be brief.
I love Bryston. You guys make the best amps in the business. Tons of experience there. I also believe in specialization when it comes to building a two-channel audio system. Bryston for amps. Bryston for digital (so far). Another company for analog cartridges (e.g. Ortofon, Koetsu, etc. come to mind). Yet another for TT (Clearaudio, Rega, VPI, to name a few) and speakers (Focal, Sonus Faber, B&W, Magnepan, Vienna Acoustics, etc.). These companies make one thing -- and they do it superbly.
Not saying Bryston's TT won't be successful. I just think it's far better to specialize and maintain that 1% top-of-heap excellence in one niche (or two), than be a jack-of-all-trades.
Good luck with the TT. I will stick with my Clearaudio Ovation and wood MM cart.