Dynavector DV500 designed by Well Tempered - I want one!
Rega RP6 + Ortofon 2M black
Shure V-15 Type V. I had one in the late '70s - early '80s
Shure V-15 Type IV introduced a "dynamic stabilizer," a short, wide brush that damps record warp and resonances, much like the brush that were being used by top-end Stanton models, like the 681, 881 and W.O.S.
Stanton 681 from the mid-19870s was one of the most-often used "check cartridges" by record cutters. If you want to hear what the record lathe engineer heard, this is the way to do it. The brush damps the effects of record warp and resonances, and isn't a record cleaning brush per se, though it would protect the stylus from big dust particles.