Yup and still do. Poor guy got relegated to its box. The XV-1t does everything the 1s did well but with more body. Extension up top favors the t very slightly and I mean very in refinement. Much more bottom end extension though. The cart in my collection that gives it a run for its money is the M.Y. Sonic Labs Ultra Eminent BC. It has almost as expansive a stage but better scale in terms of performer sizes. Soloists aren't enlarged as much. It competes favorably dynamically but is drier sounding and has less emotion. The 1t gets more playing time though. I find I favor the BC only on Ballets. I have an A90 still in its box. Serial Number 0046. Got it months ago even before MF published his review. Lots of hype but I'm enjoying the 1t so much I don't want to unmount it. I'm just waiting for another wand from my dealer so I can press the A90 into service without disrupting my bliss.
You're right though. Dynavector DRTs on Grahams really do track like mutha f*****s. My torture test is the Philips pressing of Stanislav Richter playing Liszt's Piano Concerto No.1. There's some serious synergy going on there. The Koetsu with its low compliance seems to like the Triplanar better. It's a bit loose and mushy on the Phantom by comparison.