Ok, sounds good. With my setup the grid should be removed from the DOM when I close the entire UI then bring it back up. The part that handles the display of the grid is backed by an Angular ngIf.

I do have a new question – is there a way to bulk edit multiple cells without having the grid redraw per cell? Maybe its in the API and I missed it. I am looking for something similar to GridCell.setProperties which lets you change multiple properties that then trigger a redraw. I am looking to do the same, but edit multiple properties across multiple cells. If I use GridCell.setProperties for each cell it looks like the grid is kicking off a redraw per cell – makes sense.