Some guns were just made to shoot with open sight and this gun is one of them (the sights are classic perfect target sights!).
This is probably because the Europeans don't shoot much Bullseye, just Standard Pistol.
I have been shooting a MP95 (with the MP90 anatomical grip) for the last 7 or 8 years. In fact I got rid of my M41 after the first season with the MP95.
I have mounted an Ultradot on it and it can cause a problem in that occasionally an ejected case will bounce of the bottom of the tube and back into the action thereby causing a malfunction. (Very irritating during rapid fire.) I pretty much solved the problem by going to a higher set of rings.
I've seen a couple of shooters that have mounted the sight either forward or aft of the bolt, but it looks weird and really affects the balance.
I know what you mean about having to remove the scope to field strip. I usually just remove the upper half of the rings and don't disturb the actual mount on the gun. (I made a witness mark to get the tube back correctly.)
It seems to be working out fine, but I don't do a complete takedown as often as you. I suppose that an even taller set of mounts could solve the problem, but then you would be defeating the purpose of the low bore/sight axis to hand relationship that makes this gun such a pleasure to shoot.