Are you talking about the lack of alignment with the camera and the cut? It’s really off, but if you run the next step it should be equally off as long as you haven’t moved anything (or opened the lid, ideally).
After you’re done, you might want to run the camera calibration and/or check in with support. The cameras are often off, but shouldn’t be more than 1/4” or so, especially after calibration.
Also, just to clarify, it doesn’t matter how new your wood is. Wood warps. It might look flat, but if you put it on a flat surface (i.e. the GF bed) and tap on it, it should sound consistent all the way across.