If you don't have a good grasp on the 'whys' of grounding methods, be a bit cautious on how you distribute multiple forests of tabs.
This is a gross oversimplification, but look at the 'geography' (physical layout) of what you plan to do. Try not to get ground paths from noise makers (strobes, LED power supplies, DC motors, etc) running past the ground points of low energy items like radios, intercoms, etc, on their way back to the battery.
Example: Strobe and comm radio ground to a tab at A, which has its ground path daisy chained to B (where the intercom is grounded), and then to the battery negative. If this happens, strobe ground currents can 'modulate' the audio signal ground return signal between the radio and intercom. So you hear strobe noise in either the comm, or intercom, or both.
And if you ground each forest locally to the airframe, that can have the same effect as that daisy chained ground, depending on where each forest of tabs is located.