Not really. The truth is, once you set the Main Character Problem that Element becomes the source of Motivation. It will no longer feel like a Purpose, Evaluation or Methodology.
There is a sense that stories in certain Concerns (and therefore certain Element Sets) share a similar feel to them, but that feeling is subjective, open to interpretation, and easily overcome with ingenuity.
I have always felt that placing the Concerns in the Upper Left (Past, Memory, Conceptualizing and Understanding) always gave a story a certain seriousness, or weight to them. As if they had a strong Mass. But then you find out that a movie like Young Frankenstein falls into an Overall Story Concern of Memory and all illusions of a greater understanding dissipate.