What is the Best Phono Pre-Amp Under $750?

I have been doing research on what is the best phono pre-amp under $750. I have narrowed my slection down to the Jasmine LP2.0 MKII, Sound-Smith MCP-2 or the F-117 Nighthawk. My first choice had been the Jasmine unit but I saw a review by Philip Holmes from Dagogo (March 2010) and he said the Sound-Smith MCP-2 sounded better to him than the Jasmine stock unit.

I would appreicate audigon members opinion on what they think is the best phono stage for under $750. I would also appreciate members thoughts on the 3 units mentioned above and any problems they may have experienced with these phono pre-amps. I am somewhat concerned about the Jasmine unit since it is made in China and possibly would need to send it back to the manufacture in China for repair (which would be costly).

Please note I will be using the phono pre-amp unit with a Denon 103R cartridge (with Sound-Smith upgraded stylus) and Well Tempered turntable.

Thanks for your help.
"Best" is in the eye/ear of the beholder. There is no definitive "best" anything, it's all subjective. When you ask a question like this, the answers will always be what folks think is "best" to them in their system.
See if you can locate a Heed Quasar demo. Got mine for $700 (demo) and am lovin' it.
For its street price of under 750, I think the PS Audio GCPH is the best combination of sound, convenience and features you can buy. Can be upgraded and also run straight into an amplifier without going through a line amp and has a remote control.