Copy geometry is currently misbehaving when used with default layer options that would normally put planes on the planes layer, curves on the curve layer, surfaces on the surface layer, etc.. This occurs when more than one type of copy geometry feature is selected. If I pick a skeleton axis, a skeleton curve, and a skeleton surface for references when creating the copy geometry, the curves and surfaces get thrown onto the axis layer. In order to get it to behave correctly, I have to create three separate copy geometries each for the axis, curves, and surfaces. It should just follow the def_layers options as to what layers entities within the copy geometry land on what layer.