Potential side-effects of AA filter removal

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Potential side-effects of AA filter removal

So, LifePIxel is running a promo for BF/CM for $75 off an AA filter removal (which brings this down to $275 for a Z6 II). Contemplating having this done, and they said that while common concerns are WB shifts, the Z6 II won't have this issue (or shouldn't at least) after they do their AA filter removal/replacement process.

I'm aware that WB shifts and possible moire are side-effects of doing such a procedure (and am OK with both of them and can work around them), but what other potential problems could i run into doing this. I'm doing quite a bit of architectural type of work with the Z6 II (part of my Urban exploration) so I've thought about having the AA filter removed (I don't shoot video, so if the AA filter is primarily for video purposes, then that doens't matter much for my use). I just want to make sure I'm not opening myself up to other potential problems. The camera is out of warranty as well, so not worried about voiding the OEM warranty.

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