If, after having looked through the BC and IM, you see that can do everything in the consolidation sections of both courses, then look at the Intermediate Modules.
If you have some scale knowledge, but want more, then the two approaches are the Blues Lead course (focused on Minor Pentatonic, all over the neck) and Master the Major Scale (guess).
The Blues Lead course will stop your playing sounding scalular, and organise it into licks, appropriate for blues and rock. It meshes well with the Blues Rhythm course, and I imagine with the Solo Blues (although I haven't done that one.)
MtMS will teach you practice techniques that will bust you out of sounding like you are practicing scales whilst soloing, and also build speed and really teach you your way around the neck. It meshes well with the Practical Music Theory ebook and the Strumming Techniques volume 2 (in my opinion.)
Both of these paths took my playing up to the next plateau.
Whichever way you go, one real benefit of both the Beginners and Intermediate courses is that it shows you how to practice really well, how to structure your practice for genuine, measurable improvement. If you decide not to go with these introductory courses, spending some time browsing the Practice section would perhaps be useful for you.