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You can programmatically remove anything. For drag and drop, the MSDN article Walkthrough: Enabling Drag and Drop on a User Control[^] has everything you need. As far as architecture, that's entirely a personal choice.

You can derive your UserControl from ContentControl and use a ContentPresenter. You could use Image controls[^] inside each Grid square. I mean WPF is a huge and flexible architecture.

EDIT: I forgot to mention, you can use the ContentPresenter like that - nothing inherently wrong with it. There's just not enough information for me to say why it might not be working without all the code that could affect it.
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