Yup. No matter what, if you get a gun that can shoot faster you know you're going to try to push the envelope. That means you'll need a faster hopper. It never hurts to have a hopper that is capable of feeding faster than you need it too, since it keeps things running smoothly with a good margin of error. Any of the hoppers suggested above will be fine.
Remember one thing though, not all hoppers are equal when it comes to brittle paint. Some of the cheaper ones won't have an adjustable stack tension which means on cold days, or with brittle paint you may get a few more chops. Not really a big deal and it shouldn't be a huge issue as long as your gun is set up for those conditions.
Black/Purple Spire F/s. Freshly updated from Virtue.