I had an incident last night where I left my system imaging unattended, clouds rolled in, and Recovery Mode kicked in. According to the logs the plate solver gave an incorrect solution during recovery and the scope was synced to a bogus sky position. SGP then slewed to the target position which put the scope pointing towards the ground. Only luck prevented it from crashing into the pier and damaging gear.
I would like to request that SGP have a manual confirmation for cases where the sync differs from mount’s reported position by more than a few degrees. During automated operation the mount will never be far from where it thinks it is, and a large difference indicates something is seriously wrong and intervention is needed. The confirmation dialog should have a timeout and run the sequence shutdown if the user does not acknowledge it.