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If it fits a gap, play what you want. Obviously having the same brand will have the hybrids feeling the same. I play a different brand driver, from my fairway wood, from my hybrid, from my irons, from my wedges. It doesn't bother me much at all.
I suggest hitting the Callaway X2 Hot hybrids. I didn't like any hybrids I hit until I got a hold of these. But to answer your question I would if I hit them good. I do like the thought of having 2 of the same only because they would have matching shafts but I don't honestly know how much that matters. I also like that they would look the same at address but again that's more me being weird.
I prefer the Pro versions of those hybrids. A bit smaller, but just feels like a great club. Though my favorite still has to be the Titleist Hybrids. Those I could game all the time. The SLDR hybrids are a bit too bulky for me.
If the different model hybrids will deliver you different shot benefit, then go for it.
But, if you get a matching second hybrid, the set-up and feel will be the same. This takes needless variation out of your game.