I say this with a grain of salt and a lot of respect for Ted at Jazzmando.com.
Here is my situation:
I have been working the Aonzo Family Scales for a while, and I feel really comfortable with those scale patterns (which are essentially the 1st FFcP on the bottom 2 courses, and the 4th FFcP on the top 2 courses.)
So it is like this:
1. Why do I need to learn the 2nd FFcP and the 3rd FFcP?
2. What is to be gained by spending time on two wholly new fingerings?
3. If it is a matter of playing different keys, can't I just use the 1st FFcP and the 4th FFcP on different strings?
4. Ted talks about getting to intuitively know the "emotional colors" of the different interval relationships. That being the case, wouldn't I be better off going deeper into the 1st FFcP and the 4th FFcP, which I know from the Aonzo scales?
Okay, folks: prove me wrong.