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cFangcFang Enterprise vs. Enterprise

I have a new client that currently uses Enterprise edition but is really only using the Accounts, Contacts, and Opportunities objects. All other objects they use are custom objects. I don't forsee them adopting any of the default objects fields (quotes, products, etc.) but they do enjoy using a number of workflows and approvals. Should it be a no brainer decision for me to just switch them to enterprise and then create a custom opportunities object to replace the standard opportunities object?


I want to do this because enterprise is considerably cheaper than enterprise and the client is currently not utilizing all of the features of enterprise. I am worried that I am missing something big that I would lose (outside of the default objects) by switching to enterprise. Could anyone clarify if there are any significant changes that occur when switching from Enterprise to Enterprise other than the use of the objects?