I had a very similar perspective in the past. However, generally speaking, you may have a harder time if you see an MBA as an enabler towards an uncertain future path rather than as a stepping stone en route to an already determined, well thought out career objective.
If you see MBAs, JDs, etc. as a collection of tools to add to your toolbelt without knowing clearly what you want to build, you may find acquiring the equipment more tricky than you think.
Make sure you can also clearly articulate why those tools will be complementary. It is certainly possible to do so - you just need to be clear in your mind how the different skillsets interact or else you will risk having a meandering, unclear essay. This can be problematic in the review process.
You may, of course, have all this already well understood and a clear sense of your short term and long term career path (and can explain why you are pursuing the JD and MBA in the order you mention rather than, say, as part of a joint degree). In that case, I say...