I think the landing as mentioned is the biggest issue. A little bouncier and nose heavy than the TBM. Of course no Beta
There is no nose steering, so mostly rudder. Bad idea to keep it on the line with brakes, they will wear prematurely and overheat if you ride them. Usually with a little prop wash and rudder you can steer it.
Cirrus has marketed the Perspective as different, I am not sure what they are talking about, I am unaware of any significant differences from any of the other G1000’s, they all have minor airframe specific features, but are essentially the same.
Hotstarts (starting hot, not the turbine type) is admixed with folklore, and may be the most challenging aspect of flying a Turbo Cirrus.
Don’t take the transition too lightly, but have fun.