I have been told by a number of people that I should take advantage of the sound capabilities of my 950 to re-introduce myself to my vinyl collection. As you know, one of the things missing from the 950 and most modern pre/pros is a phono stage so I'm in the market for something reasonable here. I don't want to spend a huge amount of money, but I would like to get something that produces good bang for the buck if that's possible. I have both an AR turntable and a B&O 4002 (which needs work but I might invest in if the AR doesn't work out). I believe both have MM cartridges. Audio Advisor is selling a Parasound P/PH-100 phono pre-amp (which does both MM and MC) for $129 (including shipping). Someone else mentioned a Rotel (but I can't find a part number or a source). Anyone have any recommendations? Is the Parasound worth the money? I read the Stereophile (June, 2002) article on phono pre-amps and some of them sound intriguing but a little hard to locate. Also, I like the flexibility of an MM/MC dual capability design. Anything else I'm missing here? What say you? (Let's not make this into a Vinyl vs. Digital debate here. I'm aware of both sides of this and I simply want to start using my long idle vinyl a bit in the 950 world.) Thanks in advance.