Its been sitting in a desk drawer for over 40 years, a Shure V15 type III Cartridge, which had been mounted to my Sony PS-4750 until I broke the VN35HE stylus sometime in 1975, or thereabouts, But, having heard very good reviews recently about this vintage cartridge fitted with the Jico SAS stylus, just for grins and giggles I ordered a Jico SAS-B microline stylus for it, as well as an additional stock headshell for my Technics SL-1210GR, thinking I'd have the old cart up and running again just for some pleasure from it. At any rate, up and running has not gone so well. First, it turns out that this cart's 15mm height will not sync with the TT's VTA adjustment device, remaining tail high at the ZERO VTA setting; and, now the 2mm shim required to get the cart level has brought about the need for excessively long cart mounting screws, which is adding apparently enough mass to the tonearm that resonance is peaking at less than 6Hz. Looks like the most compelling solution is to buy a 6mm platter mat to replace the stock 3mm mat and then chuck the 2mm shim, which would allow me to use shorter screws in hope of getting resonance in the 7 to 8 Hz arena. At any rate, for now I'm running the cart with shim and long screws; and, I sense it is delivering everything in the groove to get with a tone similar to CDs of same material. Now, wondering if any here have put this cart back into service and what the impressions might be?