All about true size.I think it would be more meaningful to ask what is the distance between two objects rather than two points. Since objects have a size relative to us, it would immediately become apparent what the distance between the objects is. It is simply a ratio between the size of the object and how many objects you can fit in the space between them. It's irrelevant whether that space is void or not. You can then talk about the distance between points with a standardised measurement relative to us or common objects. I think an inch was at one time defined as the length of three barley seeds end to end?
If we measure the points then the universe seems big.
If we measure what is between them then the universe could be tiny.
A black hole can have point A and B measured with no distance between.
Just because the universe in non black hole format has distance between points is it real distance?