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Dave made a comment about how when you change out toys, the scope always seems to have an issue. Boy we all know this is true. It always seems like your best shot is when you're stable with a particular configuration for a few sessions to where it's becoming routine. I've gotten so many toys and changed up so much in the last period here, that now I'm really sort of focused on stablizing the setup. I do not want to move or change anything for a bit, and actually get some nice shots.
My paramount ME is tracking perfectly, my guider issues have been resolved as least therietically via daniel bisque who is very cool to work with FYI if you ever buy a mount from bisque. Everything is stable and operting, and I don't want to change a thing for a bit. Really quite excited about the potential of not battling a machine and just focusing in on shots and my camera, and getting good subs.
There is an observatory showing up in late March, I'll put that up of course, but no changing guiders, camera's, scopes, etc.