Ok, so following the documentation, it just seems to be assumed that T0 is perfectly aligned with the Z probe because we assume no offset here. However, just as mentioned in the chapter with the first print, I measured my T0 offset from my Z switch height to be 0.35mm with a feeler gauge and verified it by printing a single layer (which was accurate to 0.01mm). Now my problem is that I don't really know how to adjust the offset of T0 in Z as running with -0.35mm babysteps seems kinda stupid. I tried G10 tool offsets for T0 but they didn't do anything and I wonder whether this is desired behavior of RRF or not. If I change my default Z reference point in config.g with the G31 command, it seems to not require any more baby steps, however, the display of the mesh bed leveling heightmap is messed up (as my bed does not even intersect the 0 reference plane anymore). What am I doing wrong here? Are the G10 offsets relative to T0 or are they relative to the Z zero point? Because I don't want to run babysteps all the time.