Ok I did a little research and this is what I came up with @Onebassgod . Anyone feel free to add on if you so choose.
So basically with a
You have an even canopy which distributes the light evenly.
You get the most efficient use of space.
It might be faster than mainlining if you use multiple plants. It all depends what size space you want to fill in my opinion.
Trim off everything underneath the scrog net to avoid airy buds.
No big fat main cola. Longer veg times.
More maintenance because of training the plant such as topping, supercropping, etc. Which will induce stress and need recovery time. Depending on your setup it could make it slightly more difficult.
It is all about bigger yields
Airflow is enhanced, which also boosts gas exchange in leaves.
very low-maintenance once its setup. After that it’s just about maintaining the canopy
They say you get more out of what you put in the plant.
I think it might be a bit slower because you have to shape the way the whole plant grows.
One downside of main-lining is the time it takes because the plants undergo stress during topping and low stress training and need extra time to recover. It all depends on how much topping and training you’re going to do.
Here is a few thing on it I found that might help you decide too.
Hopefully this helps. Happy growing