I like this approach. I may favor one style/type of scissors for one job, then want to shift over to another during the trim. This way I could have the unused pair standing in cleaning alcohol while on standby. This change would help balance fatigue as you make a good point, @elheffe702.
Based on your collective reviews, looks like a pair each of Hydrofarm and Fiskars would give me a good balance of top choices. I’m cool with spending for one of each.
Changing subjects slightly regarding “scissor hash” and how many folks save this. I find that as the rosin builds up on the scissor blades, trimming becomes increasing difficult since the blades are gummy. Trim wants to stick to the gummy blades and the blades don’t glide smoothly. I find myself dipping in alcohol often and wiping meaning I don’t give my blades time to build up enough residue to save. Am I missing out…how many folks are saving scissor hash?