Top turntables?

Which turntables bring out the most from our vinyls.
The presence ambiance, that "you are there" feeling.
I am looking to upgrade from an old tnt.
Can anyone please tell me a reasonable amount to expect to pay for a Micro Seiki BL-91 with vaccuum and SAEC WE-308 arm in like new condition? THANKS!
Another satisfied Galibier owner here. I totally agree with Flyingred and Restock. They did a good job of describing what makes the Galibier such a great sounding table. Excellent detail and dynamics both micro and macro, a quiet black background, and a surefooted rhythmic quality that gives up little if anything to an idler. Mine is a Gavia with Gavia platter and Triplanar on a Stelvio armboard. The Galibier and TP make a great combination.

Could anyone possibly chime in on how the Raven compares to turntables from Galibier or Redpoint at the same price point?

And as a general question, how would you typically distribute a given amount, say, 12K, between turntable/arm/cartridge, any why?

Thank you for any input.
I would say $3000 gets you a great cartridge. $2500-$4000 for an arm. The remainder for a turntable. Do you have a record cleaning machine, a good rack, and software - setup discs, high quality records? No rules, just a rough idea.

I'll disagree - I think $300 will get you a great cartridge IF it's mounted on a table/arm up to the task. I'd spend the most on a table, then the arm, and place the cart after the horse...say 55-65% table, 10% on a cart and the rest on the arm. Personally, I run a Galibier Gavia, with a Triplanar VII, and a Denon 103R - purely, magically musical, with a decent enough dose of "hi-fi" thrown in not to get in the way. YMMV.