It should be able to replace it quite handily and provide you with more options and capabilities going forwards as it has an STM32F 32bit processor (the Creality has an 8bit AVR) and the same as well as more IO capabilities.
You should probably talk through the features and what is required to use the SKR Mini with somebody like Jason as I’m sure he’s a lot more familiar with your CR-10S Pro printer than I am. Sorry for passing the buck, but I am nowhere near knowledgeable enough to discuss the specific points to converting from the Creality to the BTT controller boards over the interwebs.
Thanks Jason, Can you link to any instructions or tutorials for swapping the creality 2.4 board with this one? or let me know if there is anything I need to be aware of? For starters, I can see from the image that it doesnt have the pinout for the ribbon cable that the CR10S pro has. Is there an adapter available, or what would you recommend?