Cartridge for SOTA SAPH/SME3009II ?

Anyone suggest a cartridge & phono stage combo that they like for my set up? Sota Saphire w/SME3009II improved arm.thanks!
I'm a dealer but it would help people to know the rest of your system. If you have a system that is very warm or bright people will suggest different combinations.

Do you have a real good dealer close to you that can help with matching? This is usually best. I know they are getting hard to find.

I like Benz cartridges over all unless your system is warm, then I like Clear Audio or Dynavector. I'm not a dealer of Dynavector but they are good.

Phono stage depends on budget. At under $500 the Project and Parasound are hard to beat. At less than $1000 the Musical Surroundings.

If you can swing $2500 the new Fosgate is jaw dropping.
Above that I love Aesthetix, Thore, and Manley.
Yes good to know the rest of the system, moreover how much you want to spend. At say $500-750, a new Denon 103 and used Lehman SE would be excellent. You have to track the 103 at the top end of its range, ie 2.5 grams otherwise it will sound like shart. Dialed in properly I have had excellent results with a similar setup.
I love my Clearaudio Aurum Beta S, however if money is a factor a Goldring 1042 will get you 90% of the way there for 1/2 the money.
I have a Sota/SME arm combo. I have had it for many years now and tried a handful of cartridges. My top two favorites is BenzMicro Glider and Koetsu Black. My Koetsu died last fall, so I decided to try the Denon DL103R to see if this giant killer is truly worth all the raves on the internet. The Denon sounds pretty good and tracks very well, but it has not been without some challenges. This cartridge is relatively low mass and low compliance. Coupled to my SME arm it had a system Fn of about 16Hz. I experienced skipping on some records that had just the slightest of waves to them. I found a place in England that sells a 4 gm mass made for the Denon/SME combo. It worked out great. It brought the system Fn down to 10Hz and also allowed me to raise the back of the tonearm up. This cartridge is very short, so the back of the tonearm was close to the outer edge of the record. This mass, which is bonded to the cartridge body, also improved the bass. My next problem with this cartridge was static popping. We had a very cold winter here and the air got dry. I was experiencing static discharges through the amplification. My records were charged enough to make the hair on my arms stand up. I have a Zerostat and it helped but did not eliminate the problem. I ended up buying some Stylast. That solved the static issue completely just by keeping the stylus wet. I think it improved the sound a bit too. So the Denon does sound good and is musically satisfying, but I will one day go back to a Glider.
Not quite the same as yours, but I have a SOTA Nova with SME 309. I really have been pleased running an Ortofon Kontrapunkt B on it.