I agree with @sqb 'd defaults and exceptions recommendation.
A medical client once gave me requirements for 3 different settings that patients & medics could choose for their records. In response I designed something very much like you have here - option 1: choose a b or c; option 2: choose a b or c etc etc.
The client took one look at the design and said 'this would never happen'.
In reality, people are likely to have a goal (see Lucy Suchman's 'Plans and Situated Actions'.) that is related to their current action or situation.
E.g. 'I want to change the settings on all my records to option a' (edge case in my scenario)
OR 'I want to change the setting on This record, right now, because of a specific reason' (More likely case).
menu vs smorgasbord
In the end I responded with a view-style menu. You could then drill down to change them individually.
My first design was more like a smorgasbord - I was presenting them with everything on the table, when all they wanted was a menu where they could pick out the thing they already wanted.