Right now if you try to view your relationship, it only goes to a limited number of generations. Sure would like that to be unlimited.
The current limit is 15 generations back to your common ancestor from either you or the other person. In my personal experience, once you get into that 10-15 generations, the data is so often totally unreliable and unsourced in this database. If it DOES show a current relationship at 10-15 generations, You really have to take it with a grain of salt until you have personally vetted all of that information.
There have been many records that the FS software has reported to me about being a "Relative", that I KNOW are not correct (several of my ancestral lines once they get back 7-12 generations are all guess work with no proof or other evidence provided at all.
Then there is the fact that the amount of work that the matching algorithms for this does goes up exponentially with each generation. This eats up significant system resources for results that are questionable at best.
Going beyond that 15 generation limit usually does not produce useful or trustworthy information.