To be honest I don't think you gain a whole lot . Native is the way they are pushing though to get everything under 1 OS . For layer 2 type stuff I always found catos much easier to use . If you decide to go native give yourself about 2 hours it's a pretty involved time consuming process .
I agree with Glen, that if you are doing this for the first time, it can be very time consuming. Just remember one rule of thumb. Move sequentially from Step 1->20 while converting the OS. Do not skip any steps, unless mentioned in the document.
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