Thanks for all input guys. For me I will proceede with this :
I do think that there are a few point where Check Point could improve on its documentation, and most of them is related to the interface between the Maestro and the datacenter.
1. LACP - why not bring in some text on how the datacenter switches should be configured. LACP does have quite a few options, so to give a few pointers for some of the larger vendors (Cisco, HP, Extreme) would be nice.
2. It is very hard, reading all doc - to really grasp what you actually need to do again related to interfaces. I do get that it is understood by CP that the appliance should be configured as before, just now the Orchestrator will provide the interface/trunk. There should be some text in the doc stating where you need to create bond's. Most people will start out spending lots of time on the orchestrator looking into interface issues - when you actually should look at the appliance itself.