Summary: That's about it. Oh, and it's pretty. My TT-200's have been such an enormous hassle to own. I don't like that the tone arm is so high up that if you use a low profile cart with the strait arm that the needle won't touch the record without that thick neoprene mat. I don't like how the power supply creates so much interference that Stanton 680 and Grado DJ200i will pick up EM hum from it.
Summary: I bought a TT-200 about 2 years ago because a.) the price was right and b.) it plays 78 speed. I also paid an additional $30 or so for the optional S-shaped tone arm and pilot light. The fact that it has a universal headshell made it easy to switch between my microgroove cartridge and 78 cartridge, which are mounted on their own headshells. At first I loved this turntable. It seemed solidly built and performed very well, with excellent tone.