Default partitionning action at new distro install

Every time I want to do the install of a new distro version (not upgrade), I always have a difficult and complicated time of trying to maintain the previously created disk partitioning of the drive on which I want to install the new distro.

Is there any possibility that the logic for installing a new distro would "flip" the approach to having the default be "install using EXISTING partition table" and offer to install the new system on a choice from those partitions on that "primary disk" which currently have bootable installs.

In other words, could the process prompt as follows:

Install using existing partition table ?
If YES, proceed as above.
If NO, proceed as traditional virgin system install (assuming no preservation of partitions or data on the target disk).

Any chance that could be considered for a future release ? (24.04 ?)

Thank you.