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There was a recent post about this, and I asked the same question; so don't feel bad (in case you were). I failed to see that the original hard-line fitting is the banjo.
Bleeding may present a challenge. There is also a recent post about this. One guy shows how a stubby box end will fit in properly. This may be easier using a flexible SS line (mine is not). A 10mm speed bleeder can't hurt, if you decide to go with one.
Is this for a FWD 1G trans? I have an AWD 1G and the bleeder is right where the red and green cross on top, making it a REALLY tight fit for a wrench. I had to use a socket, which works with a speed bleeder. The slave above shouldn't present a wrench access problem though.
This is what mine looks like off the trans. With the line attached, you can imagine how hard it would be to access the bleeder hex flats: