Originally Posted by wlrs
Yeah you identified what possible is the main danger (besides letting his rooks on the seventh or something like that), which is trading the rooks carelessly and letting his king waltz into your pawn structure via c5. Just make sure that doesn't happen, attack things, trade down when the chances come and win easily.
Pretty much what he said. With an extra pawn on each side of the board, it's tough to go wrong here. Just make sure your king is active and trade down when you can and you're golden.
Ideally you'd like to get into a king and pawn ending because that's the most easily winnable, but getting a pair of rooks off the board should be your top exchange priority I think. Getting rid of at least one pair of rooks really frees up your king and takes away his swindle chances.