No problem here...very slight warp in the record, but no skip. Adjusting the anti-skate will not stop skipping. The anti-skate is used to counteract the tendency of the tonearm to slide right or left. By misadjusting the anti-skate, it causes the needle to put a lot of pressure on one side of the vinyl groove, causing uneven and premature wear of the vinyl. This does more damage than having too much weight on the tonearm. For most turntables, the tonearm should be balanced at zero weight. Then about 1.5 to 2.0 grams of pressure should be dialed in. This should be sufficient for most cartridges and tonearms. This weight should be set to the manufacturer's recommendations if it is known. The anti-skate should be set to the same value as the weight of the tonearm. If the tonearm is set up correctly, the vinyl should not skip because of a slight warp, and the tonearm should not bounce to the right or left.