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That is a nice option, but your problems are still far from over if it's a rust belt vehicle. I guess what I'm getting at is you're still going to need various pullers, prying, impacting and whacking devices. Sometimes you're better off not disturbing items you don't need to replace. That can open a whole can of worms.

You've still got to hope and pray you can get the splined end of the CV shaft free and out of the old bearing. May have to replace ball joints as well depending on how they look and if they break free.

You'll likely need a new wheel speed sensor as the OE will break being rusted into place.

The OE brake dust shield will likely be turned to dust and need to be replaced as well.
 

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You got it made then in terms of swapping versa parts! IMO, they're unusually rusty little beasts in climates that support that. Not so much the outer body panels, just all the chassis and powertrain components.
 
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