Hi Fren, technically there shouldn't be any issues. There was a migration utility to convert old configs in to the v3 configs. My experience with it has not been very great but it does exist...
But for actual issues, I can't think of any caveats that are deal breaking. The only real recommendation I would make to anyone, before you get in to the project. load the newest firmware and factory reset the box then make your changes. It will save a lot of headaches.
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