With the TX200, you cannot go wrong. They are heavy though. I prefer the HC version over the regular TX. The HC is the Hunter Carbine. It is a touch shorter and has the cocking aid standard. I find the regular TX to be a bit nose heavy. Both versions are very easy to tear down and lube properly. Dont even need a spring compressor.
Another one to keep in mind is the HW97. I’ve got the LK version with the blue laminate stock and it’s a tackdriver. Again… heavy.
May as well just get it in your head that most of the good high end springers will be heavier than many PCP’s. The R9 is also a really good choice with lots of aftermarket accessories available… they are also easy to work on.