It would definitely create problems elsewhere. Most places that you see cost centers are referencing the ID on the backend. If you start editing the order of the list to follow the sequence of the IDs, it will throw off anything that’s already using that ID somewhere.
I.E. if Cost Center B (CCB) is currently ID 1 and CCA is currently ID 2, then if you switch those two around to make the ID order match the alphabetical order anything that is currently showing CCB (ID-1) would then show CCA (ID-1).
In general we recommend against trying to reorganize data maintenance table like that, as it can lead to massive problems in other areas.
Our engineering team thinks we should be able to change the sorting on the dropdown to be alphabetical based on the name, so if you can live with it in the short term we should be able to get that taken care of without too much hassle.
On a personal note, Taylor wanted us to ask if we could expect to see you at the user conference in a couple of months?