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My personal opinion would be for the Query Block to default initially to the "Inherit query from URL" state like it does now but there would be no mention of inheriting the query or using default query.
So, instead of deselecting this, the user would select an option something like "Customize the query" to change the query arguments.
Doing this the other way round feels more natural to me, and possibly easier for a non-dev user to understand?
Some background here:
Instead of a switch the initial PR had a checkbox to "customize the query". The checkbox was then replaced by a switch, and in the switch it made more sense to change the label to reflect what it does.
The Query block was always considered a developer tool and AFAIK the plan was to allow user interaction with it via variations without actually exposing the query block itself. With that in mind, the language of the switch was more developer-oriented than what users would expect.
Using the term "default" would make sense, and if we do plan to expose the block to end-users, then yes, we need to change the label.