First, removing the location objects wont remove your distribution lists - public DLs are global objects and you will see them regardless of if their corresponding location objects are around or not. So if you want the DLs gone, you need to delete the offending DLs directly.
Removing the location objects isn't going to hurt or help anything other than keep your directory tidy. There's a risk of whacking the wrong one if you're not careful which _can_ cause bad things to happen. Having them around doesn't really hurt anything and wont affect the upgrade process at all. I'd go in and hunt down the DLs you don't want to see any more and remove them and leave the location objects alone for the time being.
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