Quoted from Fezmid:
Yup, already downloaded that last week and started playing with it a little. My understanding is to simply slice in Cura, copy the resulting file to the SD card, plug that into the printer, select it, and cross my fingers?
In a nut shell, yep. Cura may have default setting for the V2, I know they have it for the original Ender 3 version (which I have, with upgrades).
"The devil is in the details" tho (i.e. supports, build plate adhesion, speed, infill, etc., etc.). It will take awhile to sort out all out all the Cura options and many times is varies, depending on the print.
Like everyone, you'll muddle your way thru it and a figure it out. At some point, lookup the BLTouch (autoleveling), I think the V2 directly supports it - it is sure nice to not have to worry about tinkering around with leveling.
And make sure thermal protection is enabled (on the Ender, not Cura), helps prevent a fire if one of the thermistors fails.
Here's a good article on Cura supports: https://all3dp.com/2/cura-support-settings-optimize-your-supports/