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>I'm afraid that if the association of kanji with vocabulary is too strong it might get in the way when I go back to do isolated study
I don't think this has ever been an issue for anyone in practice. Quite the opposite in fact: KKLC systematically offers kunyomi and onyomi vocabulary examples for each kanji, and suggests memorizing at least one of each, because knowing vocabulary helps tremendously with anchoring readings.
RTK gives you keywords that are unlikely to help you on a test anyway: you still have to learn vocabulary to get the readings afterwards.
Remember, kanji is just a writing system, Japanese children already know the vocabulary by the time they learn how to spell it!

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