Would it be possible to support a more generic base unit - as a whole unit?

As a game developer, I tend to think more along the lines of this:

1 unit:

- what is 1 unit in my game engine?

- what is 1 unit in my 3D editor?

- how tall is my character in units?

1 unit = :

- generic unit in engine

- 1 m in maya (and/or 100 cm)

Character = :

- 2 meters in height

terrain tile = :

- 1024 units / m on edge

- 2048 texels on edge :: macro = 2 texels per unit = texel is 0.5 u/m

- 64 texels per u/m ::

- 1024 detail map = 16 u/m = 64 x detail repeat

So in World Machine, I tend to want to just work directly in meters/km - the crux is that likes in many cases WM likes to display in km:

- I put in 1024 m

- it displays 1.03 km (It would be nice to at least get another decimal place so I can work with a precision that represents my whole number units with confidence!)

What I do as a work around?

- I let 1030 m / 1.03 km be my default tile width/height (because then, any whole number multiplier of that works out 3 tiles = 3 x 1.03 = 3.09)

- basically, 1.03 km = 1024 units (which is a bit funky for artists to think about)

Switching to ‘World Machine Unit’ doesn’t work out well, as it’s basically a floating point (which is even less artist friendly)

Anyone else have any thoughts or input on this?