Currently I have one corporate SSID in Bridge mode, without VLAN tagging, so the wireless clients are part of the LAN. I want to avoid this and have the LAN clients and wireless clients on different VLANs. I have seen I can achieve that still with Bridge mode and tag the wireless clients with a differtent VLAN that the LAN clients use. Or I can use Layer 3 roaming and also tag the wireless clients with a differtent VLAN that the LAN clients use. The only difference I see is in Layer 3 roaming the client keeps the IP address if it roams between APs, so I understand in Bridge mode the client doesn't keep the IP address if it roams between APs:
Is that the only difference? Then I will always select Layer 3 roaming since I want the clients keep their IP addresses when they roam, and therefore they will not drop their connections.