The AP incurs CPU and memory overhead tracking the additional packets on the second ethernet interface, as it is bridged in software via the standard Linux bridging feature, not accelerated in hardware.
IMO, it's not a big deal if you're connecting a few things to an AP. That is IMO one of the convenient features of Ruckus AP's, in that they have another ethernet port that's good for enabling wired access for some nearby wired-only devices. Especially handy on meshed networks.
If you have a moderate density deployment and just are hanging some streaming TV boxes off the AP, not a big deal. If you are connecting 500 wired devices to that port and also expecting it to serve a few hundred clients off wireless, of course, you'll be a lot sadder.