I just thought I'd mention what I ended up doing. #1 my Moerch is off my Mr. Moerch to get fixed. It will be mounted in the traditional place using one of my two armboards (I think I have a third undrilled in storage packed probably where my Dynavector 20Xh is packed...need to fish out).
I sold the Rega and bought a Jelco 750EB as I got a really good deal from the main dealer in Canada that lives close to me. He also had a lot of experience pairing the Denon 103X cartridge with the Jelcos and gave me pointers and a source for some minor mods that help everything go to another height if wanted. I grabbed a low hour 103 original cheap and a low hour 103R cheap.
The Jelco doesn't fit either of my two armboards I have handy, and thus after quite a bit of surfing ended up ordering a custom Armpod ATP-03
from Acoustand. Reasonable, at least comparably to some other guys that do similar work. Thus I will be able to have two arms simultaneously and my phono stage accepts both a lomc and mm/homc simultaneously, so when I find my 20Xh, it will go on one of the arms. It is nice to have two options, one for high quality vinyl and one for unknown quality vinyl, or the second for parties and such. My phono has a very convenient mute switch for just such things as well.
So for those in the know, is the Moerch considered a lighter tonearm? I am trying to learn what I need about cart/arm pairing. Would the Dyn 20X mate with the Moerch well? I know the Denon is a low compliance cart made during the broadcast era for heavier arms and thus doesn't work quite a well with super light arms, but is also less fussy as well (good for me). I am not going down the well into uber high end vinyl setups, mine is already more high end than I feel comfortable justifying.