The table's integral stand has castor wheels on it so it was meant to be rolled around. From top to bottom, it's made of a 600lb granite block, four iron/rubber mounts, the 100lb steel stand, and four castor wheels.
Our house is a single story home built on a concrete slab, so the floor can take the weight. But the slab is raised about 6" above grade so it was hard to get the turntable over the threshold. It took about an hour working a 2.5 ton floor jack to get one wheel up over the threshold, then another, then the remaining two. That was almost as much fun (ahem) as getting it *off* the 1 ton flatbed truck with a hydraulic lift gate that I rented to bring it home. Try rolling it from the flatbed, over a seam, and *onto* the lift gate without it rolling too far and falling off. Did it solo, I'd add. With the back of the truck a bit higher than the front too.
I use the floor jack to level the table. With a framing level on top, I raise a corner with the jack, put a shim under the wheel, lower the corner, and recheck level. Repeat as needed.
I'm quite happy with the sound. The only remaining problem is most likely cartridge setup or preamp related. There's a touch of sibilance on some records.