I believe this thread illustrates the considerable shortcomings of vinyl in that its a rather old, imprecise technology.
We spend considerable effort with geometrically correct protractors optimising (minimising) the horizontal tracking angle error and accurately setting the vertical tracking angle of our tone arm/cartridge combinations, then we play the average record, which is either slightly warped, (constantly varying VTA) or eccentric (spindle hole not properly centred so constantly varying HTA and speed).
This didn’t used to be much of a problem as the shortcomings were present on a high percentage of pressings and we became acustomed to their sonic effects. The problem has arisen more recently with streamed files, where such anomalies are completely absent. Become accustomed to the sound of high-end digital then switch back to vinyl and you will clearly hear the effects these physical distortions have on the sound. TT designers have been extremely good at extracting every last ounce of goodness from vinyl pressings but the major limitations are built into the medium, not the replay hardware and are therefore impossible to ameliorate, no matter how good the vinyl replay equipment..