Yes for sure
The only "problem" that I have with XBEE mapping is that it only really gives you a point-in-time view in my experience.
By that I mean that my ZigBee network never seems to stay static and is constantly changing over time - I believe that this is normal, standard behavior with end devices moving between routers as long as the 16-bit address doesn't change (because that signifies a leave and re-join).
There doesn't seem to be any pattern to how devices move, nor any discernible trend in how an end device chooses a router.
For example I have an Aqara door sensor on the door of the cabinet that the Hubitat is in - when I joined that device it joined direct on the Hubitat because it's less than a foot away from it, but over the coming week it moved around between various routers before it finally settled on an Aqara light switch in the kitchen on the other side of the house. During this time the 16-bit address stays the same.
In fact it seems that the Aqara end devices all eventually gravitate towards the Aqara routers (I have two Aqara light switches). While it's obviously anecdotal evidence only, I can't explain it any other way ..... there are Aqara sensors on the other side of the house, in the garden, etc, with many other alternate router devices available and yet they all seem to be drawn to the Aqara routers in the end.
I've also noticed that my Hue motion sensors will go through several days of moving around AND leaving / rejoining after I've made a change to the network by adding one or more routers. They will eventually settle and stay attached to a particular router after some time.
I suspect (based on what I've seen) that whenever they detect a change in the network that they may do some sort of self-optimizing and move themselves around to work out what their best router is to use.
Although some of the choices still don't make sense logically, for example there's a Hue motion in the garage that starts out being paired to a Salus socket also in the garage. Following a leave / re-rejoin dance over the course of a week or so around all the routers it eventually settled on a Salus socket in one of the bedrooms, several rooms and brick walls away ..... no idea why that's deemed a better router than the Salus socket less than 2m away from it that it was originally joined to! After that, it sometimes moves to an XBEE in the dining room (without leaving / re-joining) but mostly stays on that Salus socket in the bedroom.
In any case it's probably a little too soon to judge if the Ikea repeater is useful or not, I'll need to leave it for a few weeks and report back once things have settled down again!