If you do decide to go down that route, it would probably be much easier to save the file as an SQLite database (or a few other SQL options) and then modify the data using SQL. Note the disclaimer about making backups, being responsible for any damaga, yada, yada. However, if you are comfortable with SQL, modifying destination account Ids in splits should not be such a big deal unless they also include different currencies and you're using trading accounts, etc. It can get complex fairly quickly.
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