I've heard (and previous experience supports) that using "Edit the current view" is a bad idea, because the "view" created using this method can be orphaned if the list/library the view is based off of is deleted. The orphaned view can then cause issues during migration. Does anyone else have experience/documentation that supports this? Links online all promote using this method for the obvious end user benefit. However, if teaching end users a different way to achieve their goals can decrease substantial migration headache later, then that seems to be the better path to take. However, I can't find anything to back this up. Am I amiss?
I don't see anything on the site collection health checklist that would raise any red flags. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj219720.aspx
As a quick test, you could create a site collection in 2010 and recreate your scenario. Then take that content database and upgrade it to 2013.