Your thinking is correct. A traditional hone with straight stones can provide you a straight cylinder, or at least straighter. A dingleberry hone merely provides surface finish because it conforms to whatever is there.
The hatch also helps oil film stay on walls as it has tiny area to sit. So as piston goes up oil sticks to bore better, so with pressure lube the oil comes from piston itself and helps with it sticking to piston walls better vs splash that a scoop is tossing oil off crank to piston/bore and walls. Pressure lube is great for commercial apps running alot with a piston. Most large units running 24/7 are rotary “roots” style more efficient and less wear on parts for 100% DC.
You’ll never have an issue so not to worry should work great.
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