I'd just download 3.1.3, install locally, and dump the db structure myself.
Yes, I thought of that, and even though I use a Linux box locally, I'd still have to install php5, MySQL and phpMyAdmin locally, to get the (3.1.3) structure exported. I may end up just adding a subdomain 'test' to the website, load 3.1.3 into that, import the rows from XOOPS/XPressMe into a 'test' db, and then I have both structures. That way I can play around with the 3.1.3 WP in a seperate sub domain and seperate db.
.. doesn't have anything to do with database structure.
Yes, true, I was just thinking out aloud, would have been better to not mention it.
If you move it from /modules/wordpress/?p=18 to just /, then you'd want an .htaccess redirect to send 'em over.
Yes, or I can just add php code to my 404 error file, to do the (permanent) redirect.
Why not export the posts from WP, make your new install, and import them? Or does the module install not have the export feature?
Will the WP import let me know if there are any columns in the table rows that are different ? (either changed or added,etc). I don't think the module install has an export feature, but I would just use phpMyAdmin to export the sql first.