If you still spin CD's their is a reference level Transport for reasonable money

I just got in-house the Jay's Audio CDT-2 MK3 transport to review for hometheaterreview.com.  The build quality and physical appearance make it hard to believe that it retails for around $2,400.  Right out of the crate not even broken in yet, it's out performing my CEC double belt transport in the reference system.  It retains all the liquidity and analog smoothness of the belt driven transport but offers more details, tighter bass frequencies, and a larger layered soundstage with more air between the players.

Alvin, of Vinshine Audio set this review up with me, so if you go to his website you can get a lot more details/pictures on this transport.  The reason I was motivated to review a CD transport was I received scores of requests from my readers asking what is a great sounding transport, for a reasonable amount of money.  So far, in spades the Jay's Audio CDT-2 MK3 fits the bill easily.   
Redbook and tacos would be fine with me...but if anything, it’s probably tostadas. 
@teajay, thx, that answers my question ...

If it doesn’t transport tacos, then I will have to engineer my own taco transport device.
Hey Guys,

A preview on the CDT-2 MKII has just gone up on Six Moons website.  Srajan Ebaen was kind enough to use my comments in his preview overview.  By the way he explains some of the major points of interest regarding build quality vs cost and his pictures are much more revealing then what's on Vinshine Audio's website.

If you still spin CD's, I do, you really want to take a look at this transport for many superlative reasons.