taz quickstart (skip leveling/wipe)

Sometimes I need to do very quick prints in rapid succession. In this case, the various temp changes of the start-up process kill my iteration time.

Is there any reason the leveling/calibration need to be repeated between very short prints, any more-so than it would over the course of a multi-hour print?

What I am thinking is, create a new printer profile called “Quickstart” and just comment out non-critical sections of gcode.

My attempt at “quickstart g-code” (unnecessary commands commented out):

;This G-Code has been generated specifically for the LulzBot TAZ 6 with standard extruder
M73 P0 ; clear GLCD progress bar
M75 ; start GLCD timer
G26 ; clear potential 'probe fail' condition
M107 ; disable fans
;M420 S0 ; disable previous leveling matrix
G90 ; absolute positioning
M82 ; set extruder to absolute mode
G92 E0 ; set extruder position to 0
;M140 S{material_bed_temperature_layer_0} ; start bed heating up
;M109 R{material_soften_temperature} ; soften filament before homing Z
G28 ; Home all axis
;G1 E-30 F100 ; retract filament
;M109 R{material_wipe_temperature} ; wait for extruder to reach wiping temp
;G1 X-15 Y100 F3000 ; move above wiper pad
;wipe commands removed
G1 Z10 ; raise extruder
;M109 R{material_probe_temperature} ; wait for extruder to reach probe temp
;G1 X-9 Y-9 ; move above first probe point
;M204 S100 ; set probing acceleration
;G29 ; start auto-leveling sequence
;M420 S1 ; activate bed level matrix
;M425 Z			     ; use measured Z backlash for compensation
;M425 Z F0		     ; turn off measured Z backlash compensation. (if activated in the quality settings, this command will automatically be ignored)
;M204 S500 ; restore standard acceleration
;G1 X0 Y0 Z15 F5000 ; move up off last probe point
;G4 S1 ; pause
M400 ; wait for moves to finish
M117 Heating... ; progress indicator message on LCD
M109 R{material_print_temperature_layer_0} ; wait for extruder to reach printing temp
M190 R{material_bed_temperature_layer_0} ; wait for bed to reach printing temp
G1 Z2 E0 F75 ; prime tiny bit of filament into the nozzle
M117 TAZ 6 Printing... ; progress indicator message on LCD

Anything wrong with this approach? What about M425, will just just use the previous backlash setting the way I have it?