This looks like a well-done package but the price is eye-popping.
When all is said and done, you are still working with the same base lathe, with all of its flaws. I'd much sooner take the $2200 and upgrade to something like the Lathemaster 8x14, and then finish the conversion myself, which for just the two axes can be done for well under $1000. Keep the old lathe or sell it and cut your cost base to under $2000 for the whole shebang, and get a much better machine.
OTOH, if you have the space, I'd probably consider getting one of the 10x22 lathes. While not CNC, the larger capacity will open the door to a lot of jobs the smaller lathes couldn't touch, and give much better results on the marginal ones. It will also work much faster as material removal rates can be much, much higher.