One concept that have always compel me has been the Erudite, a psion who can learn/access powers from all disciplines. So when psionics come to Pathfinder I got very excited to see the Generalist, an Erudite since launch day, but then I read and for my disappointment the Generalist only draw/learns powers form the psion class and the only class feature that allows him to access others powers is Expanded Mind a 20 lv ability and for just one power.
Then come the Erudite as an archetype to the generalist, I got excited again, when I first read Daily Powers I though, this is it, but then I read again and realizes to my greater disappointment that it doesn't allow discipline powers, such a let down.
So then my question what is the point of the Generalist and Erudite archetype in Pathfinder?
And second, is too broken to have access to all powers? Even in mythic psionics the psionic version of Wild Arcana is nerfed in comparison.