Update: So I sent the turntable back in on Monday. I asked about getting it replaced or if there was a buyback program. They refunded me the shipping cost (very nice of them) but were not willing to replace the turntable or give me some monetary compensation for it. I wasn't expecting anything and I understand. They're a good company and I wasn't trying to say that their product was bad. I'm just concerned that they repaired the motor in June/July and it was clicking again. It results in some loss of faith in the product for me. Interestingly, they let me know that the skipping is related to a "known issue" with the tonearm. I'm guessing it's the bearing issue people have previously mentioned. Anyway, I'm sure they'll repair it and it will be in good working order once it gets back to me. I'm not sure what the right move is for e with it though. Right now it feels like I have to be looking out for something everytime I play a record. It's kind-of sucking the enjoyment out of the hobby for me and I just want something that I don't have to worry about. Of course that means investing in new equipment that I wasn't planning on spending the cash on and I don't want to deal wih the hassle of selling it to someone unles it was someone from here on the forum.