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I'm not sure about behaviour differences but my Sable is a Netherland dwarf. He has the upright ears and is now about 9 months old and still weighs just over 2 and a half pounds. The only care difference I can think of is that lops might need a little help keeping their ears clean and may be a bit more prone to problems in the ears.
When we decided to get a bunny we were originally considering a lop but I saw Sable and just fell in love with him. Dh said he knew he was the bunny for us when he saw the look on my face while I held him for the first time.
Keep us posted!