The only problem I've had was with newly finished plaster (in my kitchen as
it happens). It sucks the moisture out the emulsion so quickly, it can very
easily dry before you get around to overlapping it or rollering it out
properly - even if you use watered down emulsion. In my case the resulting
ridges were enough to show through subsequent coats as I was using a short
pile roller - so bit of scraping/sanding was needed before re-coat.
Other things to consider:
Speed - I have a extending painting pole and roller with a splash guard, so
I can get the paint on fast without needing to go up and down a ladder. You
might find you're taking longer to paint the kitchen ceiling than other
rooms too, as you have more immovable obstructions.
Temp - this may be an issue in a kitchen + you indicate there is sun on the
room too. Paint when the temp is lower.
Pile - longer pile will give a more textured finish, cover up more
imperfections, and take longer to dry because more paint is going on - so
you're less likely to end up with roller marks. Short pile is the opposite.
In my experience matt is less prone to roller marks than silk.