It's kindof a yes and no on the more work. I mean we're always changing and improving things /anyway/.
ypkg is more than capable of this kind of work, and frankly lends itself better to it. We'll build some additional
tooling to track upstream releases so we stay on top of things and its fairly trivial after that.
By making the incremental changes we don't shoot ourselves in the foot every time we do the major updates because
we had no idea what was coming
And stability is still the core imperative.