Have you been having any trouble with sibilance on your vinyl?
Not as an inherent character of my turntable and cartridge, no. My P5 is in my big system now. It was not originally planned that way.
My NAD amp had long suffered from a intermittent problem with the right channel so it went in for a service. It's still there. I moved to my Denon receiver as back up but it was like listening to CD. Sibilance was not a feature of either system, although occasionally it was noticeable on the Denon. That NAD was just fun to listen to, but even then it was record dependent.
The little P5 now runs through a Zesto Audio Andros PS1, so it's tubes from phono to pre and then to amps. That being said, this is a modern tube sound. The P5 is currently my preferred source for every duplicate recording I have, including vinyl rips from a system with a top cartridge. That being said, there is nothing wrong with the digital, both formats sound excellent. Neither remotely suffers from sibilance.
Back to HD Tracks. I will certainly try entering my Australian address at the HD tracks website based on the advice above. I am finding more music that is to my taste on vinyl at the moment, but it's nice having a choice.