MY ANSWER HAS BEEN “NO”, BECAUSE THERE ARE SO MANY WAYS OF USING THE PSM THAT IT WOULD BE IMPOSSIBLE TO MEET EVERYONE’S DIFFERENT NEEDS.
IN FACT, THE ANSWER IS “YES!”
The centering station is a tall, motorized and encoded z stage with x-y lateral adjustments more than adequate to keep an image within the PSM field of view.
I use the centering station daily because it is so convenient.
Rather than attaching the PSM to an x-y-z mount as a first step, I simply move the lens or assembly to the centering station and I am ready for almost any type of lens measurement.
For any sort of measurement you might do on a classical optical bench, the centering station is a convenient and cost effective solution.
And being vertical, gravity is your friend.