Verify you have enough space and meet the requirements (show ver) and you should be good to go. As for the versions, I've never really seen a difference, as long as you use the right feature train (IP Base, Advanced IP Services, etc). I'm sure there's a more specific answer, however I've bounced between them all and never noticed.
are minor updates to the major train. Sort of like hot fixes. If you have the right memory and flash requirments you should be okay with any of them. Just make sure there aren't any known vulnerabilities with that version that may fit your environment. The release information should detail any vulernabilities.
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