Can't be squeezed out of longer dated put spreads, unlike a short position
Shorts can be squeezed, and often are. Longer dated put spreads, potentially worth $500 and $1000 by October, can now be purchased for under $100 each. By October, if not before, this stock will be below my strikes with 95% confidence. If not, my losses are limited to the spreads. Shorts losses on the other hand, can be huge if wrong. Shorts need to be monitored closely, and can cause excessive worry. I don't worry at all.
You sound like a seminar option trader who echoes the strategies an instructor taught. I hope that he had taught you well and make sure you also take the next advanced option strategy class. By then, you'll know the effect on implied volatility, delta neutral trading, and paired trades. Until then, use your option strategies wisely because all you have is probably knowing how to go long on verticals and selling covered calls.