My liquid and suction lines are over 50' long and also rise one story from the outdoor unit to the indoor unit. The contractor put in the next size larger lines to compensate for the extra pressure drop. Get a good contractor and they know what to do.
Try to place the outdoor unit in a shady spot. This helps efficeincy a good bit. Don't place it too close to walls or plants that could restrict air flow. Anticipate problems and make sure a mechanic can get to it easily. We had one customer that insisted that we put the outdoor unit on the roof. The roof was so steep, the only way we could replace it when it broke was to get a cherry picker and mess up his yard to get to it.
I live in my own little world. That's OK. Everybody there knows me!!