It’s difficult to imagine something you are doing in Pan6 that you can’t accommodate in PanX - though occasionally different techniques might be required. My recommendation is to start small to get early successes (confidence boosters). Implement parts of a larger routine by themselves, then recombine and test again. Keep running parallel with your Pan6 App until both Pan6 and PanX versions give the same results for a few run cycles.
If you haven’t done it already, go through those free videos (under help). I thought I could just launch and go - I had a pretty good handle on Panorama (the early years) at one time. But PanX is a new ballgame. Even if you could do something in PanX the same way it’s done in Pan6, there might be a better way now.
Depending upon your routines, you may experience a little slower action. That’s because compatibility rules - it’s more important than speed. So Panorama doesn’t have its own kingdom any longer. It’s more a fiefdom under the rule of Apple’s API’s. But processing slow downs are offset by today’s faster CPUs.