I look at whether a feature has utility that isn’t just remote monitoring. If so, then it’s probably worth having. The camera is used for positioning work, network connection allows faster communication, and so on. Lasers make literal fire as part of their operation - everyone knows (or should know) they are inherently dangerous. Any kind of automated tool is dangerous on some level.
Live position display serves no useful purpose that I can discern other than allowing you to monitor the job progress by looking at your screen instead of the laser. All the standard jogging features in LightBurn update the position numbers and the on-screen crosshair, so if you are just positioning the laser, it should be as ‘live’ as it needs to be.