Jade'sFire - Don't forget, the only change to the periodic statement is when you've accelerated the balance of the loan under the terms of your loan contract AND you will accept a lesser amount to reinstate the loan. Just accelerating the loan per the contact terms alone doesn't result in any change to your statement.
Do you think you'll have many loans where that is the case prior to 10/19, and where you're still providing statements? After providing the accelerated loan version of the periodic statement wouldn't you shortly thereafter have either a) reinstated the loan because the borrower paid the smaller reinstatement amount, or b) foreclosed? I view the accelerated loan version of the periodic statement as basically the last ditch effort you've giving the consumer to reinstate before you foreclose. I don't imagine you'll be giving that version of the statement very often, or for very long before the loan is either foreclosed or reinstated. If it is reinstated, you're back to the normal version of the statement, and if you foreclose you'll sending the charge-off version of the statement.
My opinion, take it for what its worth. Opinions expressed are my own and not those of my employer and are not legal advice.