It doesn't make any difference as long as you can meet the requirements of the state that issues it. Any states license is as valid as any other, regardless of where in the USA you go. Or Canada, for that matter.
Where things get sticky is if you work in a state, even part time, or enroll kids in school, or some similar thing. Many states have laws that stipulate you must register vehicles and obtain a DL in that state under those circumstances. But if you are moving on again in a few months, what to do? Most just ignore it, but if you stay too long in one place you will eventually run afoul of the license and tag thing.
Former owner of 2004 American Tradition
Home is in the Ocala Nat'l Forest near Ocala, FL