My understanding of general relativity, special relativity, and cosmological expansion are perfectly fine. But my ability to explain things clearly and unambiguously are probably more suspect. I was trying to explain why there were perfectly reasonable reasons to talk about several different definitions of distance.
"In our frame of reference, it really currently is 13.2 billion light years away"
We have to precisely define "currently" and "away"? There are several reasonable and different definitions for each of those. What would you like to mean by those words? Once we define that, then we can calculate whatever distance is the appropriate one for those definitions.