AN Kondo IO-m cartridge - Tonearms to cons

Does anyone have experience with tonearms for the IO-m (details below)? Thoughts appreciated, turntable is TW Raven AC and should support most arms. Don't really have any other issues, simply what really works with the arm.

Type: Silver Moving Coil (MC)
Output Voltage: 0.12mV (1KHz, 5cm per second)
Source Impedance: 1 Ohm
Tracking Force: 2.0 ± 0.2 g
Compliance: 6.0 × 10-6 cm/Dyne
Channel balance: within 1dB at 1KHz
Channel separation greater than 25dB at 1KHz
Weight 11 grams

Many thanks
Dear Raul.I am also a 'holistic guy' but where everything
depends on everything else it is impossible to make a choice. Bisides the Japanese carts are obviously in the 'lead' in comparision with the rest of the world. So I
dont believe that Japanese hearing is different nor that they are supposed to have different 'priorities'.
BTW you already presuppose that we,say,in the West also have different 'priorities' or preferences so your arguments get paradoxical implications. But all of this is not a hinder for you to give an explicite advice to Hatari. I,on the other side,as you are used to sey,give only an suggestion based on my own experience.

The cartridge Hatari speaks of is the Kondo IO-M not the AN line from the UK.

I too am considering the Kondo IO-m or IO-j cartridge. I am going to use it with my Shroeder Refence (tonearms for which I am a dealer). Whether or not you purchase a Shroeder, my strongest recommendation is that you get a tonearm that has fully repeatable adjustments for azimuth, zenith, VTF and SRA/VTA. Most tonearms do, but amazingly, many do not. In particular, many struggle with repeatable, easy to adjust on the fly, SRA/VTA. You will find that in order to get the most out of your cartridge/tonearm setup, you need to be able to adjust (with repeatability and accuracy) all the parameters above.

Thanks, Pat
Listening to it right now on a Graham... I am blown away. Is it the Kondo step up or the cartridge, I have no idea. But the presentation/soundstage is huge, involving and nothing seems to be missing or misrepresented. Great bass, great timbre and tone. Don't know enough other Audiophile terms, but it is outstanding...