Rega P7 TT tweaks

Considering having my arm rewired by Galen Carol. For those who have done so, would you recommend it or just staying with the Rega configuration? May also have the Technoweight added, too. My current cartridge is the DV 20X H and a Graham Slee Era Gold Mark V phono pre.
Hello Miner42:

First of all, I'd like to disclose that I am a dealer for both Rega and Dynavector. I do not carry the Graham phono stage but can acknowledge it's excellent prowess. I will also say that I am a long time "tweaker" and am regularly trying to push the envelope of my stock systems.

That said, my recommendation would be keep your P7 stock and save the money. To put it bluntly, I have been amazed at how well the adage "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" applies to the Rega line. The P7 is an outstanding product and designed without compromise at it's given price point.

Virtually all of my other table lines benefit from tweaks (wire, weights, mats, isolation, etc.), however, I am convinced that Rega's tables are truly "system designs" and should not be "hot rodded".

If you want to get more bang for the buck and not question why you threw more money at your analog setup, apply the extra money toward the next level Dynavector (17D3 or XX2). Or eventually, a P9. Also, ensure that your P7 has a Rega factory tungsten counterweight. If not, this is a worthwhile upgrade and you will hear the difference. It's actually an amazing upgrade which I have done regular demos with, and it does not compromise the intended design of the RB700 arm.

Feel free to email with any questions or comments. I hope I've helped.
Thank you for your honest comments and suggestions. I do have the Rega Tungsten heavyweight (125g?) - I needed that for use with the DV20X H. I did not feel comfortable with the standard weight all the way to the end of the stub (due to wt of the DV20X H).
I do agree with avoiding re-wire, I did go that route and it did change the my experience it also did some things to the anti-skate and VTF adjustments that I simply couldn't stand...

My stock RB700 - I set it and forget it, it sounds great and this is the one I enjoy over time...

I do recommend getting a Expressimo heavyweight or similar (setting the VTF on the dial to max, which relaxes the spring, and the VTF thru moving the counterweight) - that does improve things in my opinion...