I wouldn't need to swap, just add something atop the LX200R as the Paramount can easily carry the weight. The scope is about 90 pounds. At my age, I need help lifting it up and off.
I've got an offer from an imager to use his 7 year old 4" FSQ as he is now too old to use it (he's younger than me). So it is just the rings and adaptors I'd need to buy as I could use the STL-11000XM but I'd probably like to use a second camera so I could do wide and narrow imaging at once. That is money right now. CMOS doesn't work at my winter temperatures. Heck, I contacted the two main makers and both said that while their specs are limited to -5C most work down to -10C but that's about the limit before issues arise. I get colder than that 8 months out of the year. So have to look to the more expensive CCD cameras. They also cover a bigger field than the CMOS do until you get into the same price range as CCD. They still won't work at my temperatures.
With my rotten weather of late, it will take me several years just to cover what is left on the to-do list so just not happening. Though it would mean I could take some lower stuff that I can't now as the seeing is so bad but wide field that wouldn't show so much with a 3" pixel rather than the 1" I normally reproduce at. So my brain keeps the argument going but so far wide field is losing.