As for statbility, well it's a new supervisor but it will have undergone extensive testing. However you are in luck as there currently is an "Ask the Experts" Q&A on the sup 7E going on. You should post this question in there to get a more complete answer -
You will not be able to run 48Gbit to your linecards without upgrading your chassis to 4510R+E. Unfortunately Cisco made an error when they designed the E series chassis so you can't get 48Gbit when running with redundant supervisors (4507R-E/4510R-E).
If you upgrade to sup7 you well get 24Gbit on all slots when using the 4510R-E chassis.
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