Ah, yes, if that is indeed what you’re looking for, @ecallaghan, Perspective does not have the same concept of a grid.
The main reason Perspective does not have a “grid” is because most of the View layouts are actually dynamically rendered based on the available viewport, so what you see in the Designer isn’t what you would likely see in a session, unless you’re using the Coordinate layout (container). The Coordinate container does have the ability to sort of superimpose lines over your View, you just need to click the ruler visible to the top or left of the View in use at a desired point.
In the following screenshot I’ve clicked both rulers at the 50px mark:
I’m not aware of any limit to these lines, so you could add as many as you need for a View. To remove them, you just click the line you’d like to remove in the ruler.
If you’re only using the grid to align items, I’d recommend becoming familiar with the alignment toolbar:
It should allow you to place components at various locations and then align them at a later time (note that alignments are based off of the FIRST item selected).