When you find an interference in an assembly you cannot measure the resulting red interference to help you accurately eliminate the interference. As soon as you start to measure the red interference goes away.
The information you get is not very practical to a lot of us. Who cares about the centroid & the volume? We just need the distance to change the parts to quickly eliminate the interference.
The dialog box should have a check box to retain the interfering solid for long enough to measure it & without adding the solid as a new part, of course.
Mechanical Desktop did this very well.