EAR 324 vs Einstein The Turntable Choice

I'm using the EAR 324 right now to much delight - definitely a class above the Pass Xono but I'm wondering if anyone has tried the Einstein as well in order to make a comparison. Comments are as usual greatly appreciated.
Wow I didn't expect the thread to be alive after 2 years. And yes, I have settled with the Einstein. Thanks for the inputs!
Well, I know the Turntable Choice is one of the very few Einstein components that ISN'T a tube unit, which is where they have earned their names. So when a company like Einstein goes the SS route, they probably understand the advantages of that technology in this type of component, especially one that is so near the beginning of the signal path.

I never owned an EAR but did switch from an Audio Research PH3 SE, mainly for gain reasons. (68 vs 54). I am a huge fan of ARC gear but really like the sound of the Einstein single-ended version I have. Very clean and powerful soundstage and I do leave it on all the time. Doing so improves the sound, especially if you are trying to audition something within the first 30 minutes or so.

The build quality is superb, as you might expect on a $5,500 unit, while the engineering and even the round shape makes sense.

How did you like the ear 324 on mm carts only? Plenty of adjustable gain, cap and loading adjustments ( including 100k) makes it look like an extremely good phono stage. And no sut in the mm stage.

To me, the Einstein appears to be non-existent in my setup. That's how good it is.