I have the JMW 10 3D (printed one-piece) Tonearm and have noticed it was made cockeyed. The headshell end of the arm is rotated with respect to the axis that travels through the two balance knobs at the tonearm base. Anybody else see this? Azimuth is not adjustable in this tonearm so I am stuck. The tonearm had to be "printed" in this manner during its manufacture. Some of the unipivot arms have an azimuth adjustment screw, this one does not. And this arm came with a Prime SIgnature table - pretty pricey at least for this commoner. This is a bummer, I did not expect to have a cockeyed tonearm during playback in order to have a perfectly vertical cartridge. Looks strange. Remember, has nothing to do with weights, this is fixed in the tonearm. I imagine the performance specs that are promised are compromised by the tonearm riding cockeyed, not to mention the unecessary aesthetic affect.