Well why exactly would you wanna do it? It's going to leach ammonia for a while when you initially get it in water so consider that - try soaking it for a week or two prior to planting. Also it took me 2 hours yesterday to tear down, dirt, and replant a 10 gallon (and I've done it many times). Also consider the dirtiness, moving plants is a pain and is messy. Also consider your cap (I suggest fluorite).
It depends on what you want to grow. Crypts, swords, and other root feeders will love dirt tanks. Stems will like dirt as well but constant replanting of them might cause a mess. If you like to constantly rescape, dirt tanks aren't the best choice.
I don't rescape so much as replant my stems, ie trim the top and push into the soil. I do have tweezers so I am hoping that makes it less messy to work in the dirt?
Tweezers are what I use in my dirt tank, really helps with the stem plants. If you plan to do a lot of uprooting, put your siphon near the base of the plant and you'll catch the excess dirt before it gets into the water column. Not too hard to rescape a dirt tank unless the plants have grown extensive roots.
20 gal dirted community, 20 long Vietnamese mudskippers, 40 gal tanganyikan cichlids, 55 gal South American cichlids
3 gal opae ula shrimp cube, 8 gal Fluval Ebi