Is MxPerformanceBot needlessly warning me?

Why does MxAssist Performance Bot warn me about a calculated attribute of my non-persistant entity. The attribute is calculated in a simple microflow concatenating two other attributes of the object itself. The attribute is only used in a dataview, not in any list. So where could this lead to any performance issue?
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Depends on how far you expect the performance bot to dig before warning you. Do you expect the performance bot to analyse on an expert level, then i agree the warning shouldn't appear.


However, I wouldn't expect the performance bot analysis to be that advanced. I more see it as a tool to remind you of the possible performance implications of certain patterns. Whether it's a legit concern or a false positive is up to the developer to ascertain.