Best TT for the buck?

Hello everyone, This is my first post on the website as i have just become a member. I am fairly new to hifi audio and want to get a turntable. I want the audio quality to be very good, considering my price range that is and i am not opposed at all to going the used route and may even prefer it. My budget will be no more that 600 and trying to keep that to 500. All opinions are appreciated!
Thanks for any advice or help in advance. Ive already lost several hours on the website. its very addictive
A TT from Audio Advisor will include a cartridge set up by professionals. He will be able to enjoy music while he goes to TT college on the internet.
So many of these suggestions totally disregard the minutiae involved in getting good sound out of a rig. Cartridge, tonearm, TT compatibility; not to mention the precision that must be involved in cartridge setup. This makes me wonder whether or not everyone is getting the most out of their rigs.
Ok guys. I decided to go with a new TT. Im going to get a mmf 2.2 and eventually upgrade the cart, platter, and get a speedbox for it. It looks great too.
I agree with Orpheus, as he agreed with me. The OP has a limited budget, and seems pretty excited about getting an analog front end. At this point, he (she ?) should be more concerned about a pretty easy entry into "the vinyl world," without having to worry about the intricate details of setting up a used table/arm/pick-up. A brand new, easily priced system from Audio Advisor, Music Direct, NeedleDoctor, etc. will provide instant joy, minimal (if any) headaches and stress, and really good sound. I took this approach with my system, and had a reputable local dealer do all the work for me. My Rega P3-24/RB-301/Exact 2/TT-PSU front end was totally set, and all I had to do was bring it home, unpack it, and start enjoying the tunes. Easy.......
Hey Hipho ...... Your news about buying the MMF-2.2 came up as I was typing my previous post. CONGRATULATIONS !! Enjoy your new set-up, and now have fun with your LP's.