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Sorry for not being as quick this time - work pressures kind of force me into "phases" of answering sooner and sometimes later! hope I can still help!
I think you'll benefit from that change, the only downside to using such a high incline is that you tend to really be "static" - it's like walking up a staircase. I would experiment with the speed AND the incline, maybe an incline of 6 allows you a speed of 9, for example, and you can find a happy medium!
As for the weights, I think for the short-term, the weight loss, the cardio is better. Of course, the weight training will help, but you'll see that benefit later on, once you've achieved those increases in muscle mass. They take a little longer, so focus on the cardio, keep the wheels turning on the weight training and then reassess in three months.
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