I agree, why not narrow the edge geometry on the convex to allow more acute angle first? Then see how that performs.
To have a decent performing scandi edge, you'd have to take it up to the primary bevel. That's alot of steel to remove.
Besides, the convex would probably cut better than a v-grind on the edge, as you create a secondary bevel this way.
I'd buy a couple of scandi mora's for 20$ and keep the convex BRK. I also prefer less handle contour when I whittle, the Mora handle, as other carvers/whittlers/scandi's have a nice round, full handle. I agree, the scandi edge is a better whittler, but a convex is a better general use grind. I convex the edge a little on my scandi's, this works well.
The Aurora also has a scandi cousin, the Nebula, if you like the style. They are very similar in handle and blade shape.