The reason this can indirectly help with reorgs is that we will make sure your request is directed to a node which has a latest block that a significant portion of our nodes agree upon. This not only helps with consistency as described above but also can help prevent reorgs. If a given block has been broadcasted to these nodes, then it’s much less likely it will see a reorg in the future. However, there’s still a possibility you can encounter a reorg, especially if a much larger one happens (which is rare). So if you care about reorgs a ton, it’s still something that is worth adding extra protection for on your end.