I am currently investigating on how it would look like if I switch to a 10 Micron mount. I would like to live without guiding then. I found out that dithering is not the problem, but the meridian flip will probably be!
Considering I would not use PHD and - due to the fact that the pointing model inside the mount is good enough - not use a plate-solving software, I now get stuck when I want to find out if an automatic pier/meridian flip is possible with SGP.
I found this thread:
But if have a look into the actual documentation of SGP - it still looks like the function is not implemented. Still it tells, a plate solving software & PHD are needed.
Do i miss something? I mean for calculating the degrees away from the meridian, the mount (respectively ASCOM telescope) should deliver all information needed: Sidereal Time & RA & DEC and maybe even pier side!