Glad to see you starting Jones Geniuses Early Learning. One good thing about living in the times we do is that there are many options, quite a few of them are very good. I just reviewed ZooPhonics which is an excellent early learning program for learning sounds. Unfortunately, it is limited to only teaching sounds and is not suited or designed to teach sounding out words. Conceptually it is almost exactly like our program at that stage. I have no idea if they used our program as a template for theirs. However, our Threshold to Reading program is different since we seamlessly go on to sounding out words and reading connected discourse. Generally, your child ends up at a second grade reading level after finishing Threshold to Reading and the primer 100 Easy Lessons (takes months not years). In general, I find it too easy for parents to spend a lot of money on many things that deliver too little in the way of results, a program for colors, one for shapes, etc. It all adds up. Prioritize your objectives. Focus like a laser on letter-sounds and digit-quantities. Those are the keys that open the door to the universe of knowledge.
My son is three, and I am going to be starting Jones Genius. I like their program because it allows you to progress as fast or as slow as you want (I prefer fast). It says the program can have your child performing at least algebra by the time they are 8 or 9 years old. It appears simple and easy enough and begins at the very beginning with simple learning 1-1 concept and how to write your numbers. They now have it where you can get a digital copy making it easy for international customers to obtain the program. Plus, the organization is a non-profit. There is like three or four levels, and as they advance through the levels they learn to do mental math (which is important to me).
I found this review very helpful. http://grhomeschooling.blogspot.com/2010/09/jones-geniuses-matrix-math-review-ages.html