The downside is, you need active WordPress.com account to activate all JetPack modules. I believe some buyer do not like this process.
So, if you want to include it on your TF themes using TGM, you can use either JetPack or Slim JetPack http://wordpress.org/plugins/slimjetpack/ Using Slim Jetpack means your buyer do not need WordPress.com account to run it.
Thanks for your reply.
Personally i find jetpack annoying with those unwanted automatic features so the first thing i do after a wp installion is to get rid of it.
From our experience so far, two most used Jetpack modules are Comments and Newsletter. I think you don’t need to include them into your theme nor via TGM. Just add some nice stylings for it inside the theme and show some example of using it somewhere on your demo website and people who use it will know what to do We did similar thing for contact form 7 plugin.
no doubt JP is great plugin but it has many side effects to all the good things it brings
1. WP.com signup and activation 2. conflict with 3rd party plugins 3. WP total cache and other performance plugins usually minify js files and jetpack wont work properly
if you are going to use it as it is without extra tweaks to your WP site then it’s great!