I'm sure many here could give you better advice, but how about making sure you can add those extra blue notes to the pentatonics. Then, I would say tackle the major scale in all five positions. That seems to be a logical next step in the evolution, since essentially you already know 5/7ths of the scale.
For me, however, since the muscle memory is a bit different, it took a while for me to figure out and get it hard-wired into my consciousness that pentatonics comprise much of the major scale. Learn those major scale fingerings across the fretboard in all keys. Get them into the old muscle memory. But take time to "see" the pentatonic scale as it overlaps the major scale. Even though your fingerings might be somewhat different, I think it helps to keep this tidbit in mind as you lock into the major scale.
Also, have you begun to see the CAGED sequence laid across the fretboard, and begin to see chords really just as locked scales?
Another thing that has helped me is going back to the archives and printing out all of the stuff that Kenny posted a year or two ago. What a unique style of teaching, really. And humorous to boot. I keep rereading all of that stuff and find much in there to keep me interested for a while.
I'm sure others here can say this better, but I hope this helps some....