I wish there was an option when setting up a job, when you get to the screen to either use last x,y or set a new one, to see what the current 0,0 location is by moving there. I do this all the time on my Tormach by just typing g0 x0y0 in the MDI with my z-height set safely above my material. It’s just a nice sanity check before you ruin a piece to make sure an axis didn’t get bumped. Since we have no DRO in easel we can’t sanity check by jogging, and in a 2-stage carve being even slightly off is of course horrible, so sanity checking is helpful (and it’s a good starting point for manually setting if you wanted to tweak it). Essentially this is a “home” button but doesn’t home to the limits but to the wcs 0,0 point. If I was using UGS I would just send a g0 x0y0 but for some reason the console in machine inspector doesn’t honor that (takes other commands like M7 to turn on my dust collector).
The alternative is do do what @PhillipLunsford does with 3 axis probing, which if you supported that (and sold a premachined 3-axis plate in place of the brass cylinder you now sell) it would be awesome, so that you just reprobe as many times as you want for sequential ops if you are worried about any reference slippage.