OK, I found : to give some up with the plane, staying before the cutting.
But just that this plane is more readable, being after, because when i will re-read this construction, if needed, in 6 months, I will still waste 10 minutes to check what does which.
If I understand what you have done and what you would like to have in your model, here is a work-around. After you have made your cut, define a plane that is the same as your plane made before your cut, say by offsetting a distance of 0.
If find that naming all of my planes, sketches, and features helps a lot when I come back later to revise the model.
When you are refering to a point are you talking about a geometry intersection or an actual point.
What I am wondering is if you can dimensionally locate points to accomplish this.
Any chance of posting some images to see this more clearly for us visual people?
Pet, since you want a quick access to some features like that plane, would you like to have the option of grouping features that are important to you in a folder right a top of the tree, regardless of their position in the history?
More like a folder full of shortcuts to important features...