If it sounds good to you right now, why mess with it?
Before you head down the Rega modification path, go through the list of modifications and add up the price including shipping, and some value for your time if you are performing the work yourself.
Then measure that against buying an arm from Audiomods, or another arm (SME, etc), and make a decision of whether you want to do it.
LOL! Chayro, there is so much written about mods for Rega tonearms that it almost seems as if this is an absolute requirement for these arms; hence my initial inquiry about doing this.
I dissagree about waiting a year to get grip of the sonic signature of a component or a system-If one has a known baseline to start with, 2 or 3 months should suffice for the experienced audiophile.
The Kerry Audio F-2 heavyweight counterweight is cheap and attaches in only seconds.
You will need another few minutes to play a few sections from well memorized records to feel confident you have greatly enhanced the listening experience. Actually its more like ten seconds into the first selection you play.
I added this to my RB-300 quite a few years back and the resulting arm has impressed listeners ever since.
I have been down that path. All the upgrades help, a little, but are not worth the cost, and they are virtually a complete loss when you resell it. If you really "must" upgrade a rega arm on your current table, better to get the best Origin Live arm you can afford. Or better yet, save up and upgrade to a new higher model Rega table.
Lloydc - I agree with you. I think users are better served getting a different arm instead of many many upgrades.
Of course getting a different arm will not relieve the upgrade desire. And the seemingly endless upgrade path with Rega product upgrades satisfies it with little changes at smaller incremental cost per change.