What I've gotten into a habit of doing Icemoore, when I'm working on a small area or Object in a large Drawing (such as working on one joist-hanger placement in a whole-house Drawing), is:
Select the Object just before changing my View, change my View, then Zoom Selection. Only one extra Command... (I think Alt+Backspace is the default Keyboard Shortcut; but I just have it on my customized Local Menu)
If I need to really pinpoint my view and I anticipate working there for a while, I might place a 3D Point Object temporarily, and use that for the above procedure.
I've also gotten into the habit of using Dynamic Examine rather than the Standard Views, to alleviate the Zoom Extents aspect of the Standard Views.
And thirdly-- Once I have the View as desired, if I think I'll be using it again repeatedly, I might make a Named View and keep the View Palette open to quickly get back to it when needed.