In the Kitzur Shulchan Aruch, some hierarchy is established for tzitzis:
The Torah equates this commandment, and also connects it, to all of the commandments of the Torah combined. (Siman 9:1)
The commandment to don tefillin is also, in addition to the mitzvah of tzitzis, a very precious mitzvah. For the fulfillment of the entire Torah is equated with the mitzvah of tefillin. (Siman 10:1)
Additionally, in the siddur Tehillat Hashem page 9:
These are the precepts, the fruit of which man enjoys in this world, while the principal [reward] remains in the World to Come: honoring one's father and mother, performing deeds of kindness, early attendance at the House of Study morning and evening, hospitality to strangers, visiting the sick, dowering the bride, escorting the dead, concentration in prayer - and the study for Torah is equivalent to them all.
How can we reconcile these verses? Is it not clearly established that tzitzis, tefillin, and Torah study are more important, since they are equal to all the others combined?