Thanks for the comments about the way the Zero 92 holds a stack of 78's - that is good information to know.
Yes, although I did get a Type A, it really doesn't work as well as I had hoped, so I started looking again.
I have had others tell me to find a Dual changer, but the Garrard Zero series is no slouch. There are several people that I have seen reports from, that like them quite a bit. They have some advantages over the Duals. Some that I can remember are the Garrard uses metal parts in areas of the changer mechanism where the Dual uses plastic. Also, the motor of the Garrard is considered to be much better built and smoother. The Zero arm, while finicky, can be made to track well with some effort.
Anyway, I do have a Zero 92 on the way to me that is supposed to be working 100%. I have concerns about it reaching me in one piece, but we shall see.