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Personally I'd just replace them when they wear out unless they are pretty bad. That said I did yank a set of Marathon Pluses after a few hundred miles because the ride was so dead feeling and the weight so high. I guess it boils down to how bad they are.
BTW I do really like Gatorskins, but have not tried the H2 or the Marathon Supreme.
Comparing an LHT with touring tires to your lightweight road bike? Like comparing a pickup truck to a sports car, maybe!
If you're intent on turning the LHT into a sporty ride, it may be worth changing tires to something light (and flat-prone). It won't feel like the Lemon, but it's a step in that direction.