Never had an issue in 40 years with focus and recompose.
GJ-Vernon wrote: With shallow depth of field using focus recompose is problematic simply because your angle of view will change and usually the eyes of whatever you are focusing on will indeed drift out of focus.
It´s so easy to use a single focus point and toggle it around the frame until it lays on the point of focus you need.
If dof is sufficient to cover the entire subject then it´s less of an issue.
I always link to this explanation and diagram when this topic comes up:
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