It depends on how the warrants are entered into the nationwide system for tracking fugitives from justice. Criminal charges, once filed, never go away until they are dealt with, and even if the county issuing a warrant doesn't decide to extradite you, each county could still ask that you be held for up to 30 days, each, on those warrants. Additionally, they WILL show up on background checks which will make your prospects for obtaining employment or housing very difficult. Hire attorneys in each of those jurisdictions and deal with this situation.
I believe you are mistaken as to your belief that you could leave the state of Idaho without permission of the Court and notice to your bondsman. You have a history of posting bond or promising to appear and not returning to court. While you are probably correct that Idaho, New York and Wisconsin may not spend the funds to come get you if your port of entry is far from those states, you still risk being detained and jailed while to local authorities in your port of entry find out and since you have several jurisdictions involved it may be a few days or a few weeks. Since these are such minor matters as you say you may wish to get local attorneys in each place to work on these matters and start resolving them. Good luck.