For me the standard training (preceded by reading the training manual and the POH, completion of all the training manual worksheets and practice on the download garmin simulator) was enough to get me comfortable in the plane in VFR conditions. Takeoffs, landings and all the flight maneuvers came pretty quickly. Controlling the plane while under the hood also came fairly quickly. The CFI and the curriculum were excellent.
Basically it is an easy plane to fly. However, if you have been following the thread on autopilot left/right oscillation, it should be clear that many of us have been humbled by the instrumentation. To be comfortable in heavy instrument conditions, you need to be able to set up the garmins, the HSI, the autopilot and the audio panel automatically. That takes repeated practice. My Cirrus instructor suggested flying IFR procedures in VMC to get very familiar with all the buttons and knobs which has worked well.
You might want to consider doing the flight training on the way home. I was forced into that by terrible weather in Duluth, but it worked very well. Your contract administrator should be able to give you details.
Only you can judge how much training is enough for you initially. However, I think it is best to approach this with the assumption that however much training you do with Cirrus, you will probably need to do some follow-up, either with the COPA recurrent training program or with your own CFI. Hope this helps.