I've got a great feeling about it. Ever since the show was announced I had hoped this would be their approach, if not right away then at some point into the run (if they're smart, I think they won't introduce these elements until at least a few episodes in). This gives the writers a chance to provide a show experience that's more explicitly tied to the show it spun off from, as opposed to being a straightforward comedy awkwardly set in the same universe but containing none of the same substance (in other words, something utterly pointless and unnecessary). To me, that's a good thing.
What also makes me confident about this move is that Vince Gilligan is involved. Heavily. And I have no doubt that he will execute this in a way that's respectful of and adds meaningfully to the original show without taking away any of the impact of its conclusion. I mean, c'mon...the guy wrote Breaking Bad
. Obviously there's always a chance that this could go awry, but I think he's earned a little bit of trust.