Yes. It provides good visualization, and I have revised the post to add it.
A particle ALWAYS has a definite position. But in a quantum system, position measurement can have many possible outcomes. We can only calculate the probability of finding the particle at any location.
While either standard QM (Copenhagen interpretation) or Bohmian mechanics can be used to calculate those probabilities, Bohmian mechanics provides a realistic visualization. Copenhagen interpretation (with Schrodinger’s equation) is only a mathematical tool providing the correct answer without a “physical picture.” It is a “black box”: you input the numbers, and the answer comes out. Not interesting!