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The overhead is arbitrary if done properly. I did this in Joystick  and was shocked at how overcomplicated folks make it.
You're literally just saying "render to static HTML on the server, and on the client, have a way to render a root component to screen and attach event handlers." Without any serious thoughts about optimization (practically none yet), a no-cache refresh/mount takes 227ms to DOMContentLoaded and 696ms to a full load.
Here's the SSR I do:
Here's the mount ("hydration"):
The only "magic" is that I embed the hydration logic into the built JS for the current page and it fires automatically on load (no need to add manual hydration code).
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