Orion Starseeker IV Review a little history before I go into the review about this go to Mount from Orion.
I attended a local astronomy club meeting Orion Starseeker IV was donated to the club for anybody who wanted it, the president of the club anybody who wants it is welcome to have it so that's how I obtained this go to Mount.
Pros: has many features, bright Star alignment, two star alignment, smooth tracking, decent adjustable tripod, PC to serial, snap port for connecting your DSLR, over 42,000 celestial objects to explore and many more.
Cons: need to reprogram time every use, $30 for a serial cable to update firmware the LCD is not very bright at night hard to see when you're trying to look in the dark even with adjusting the color settings it was hard to read the text these settings can be found in the handset under set up.
So this telescope go to Mount has many great features even I haven't even figured out yet, it is very important that you use a 10 mm eyepiece, when doing you're 2 star alignment.
I made the mistake of using a 20 mm eyepiece, and also had the wrong time set which is very important during the alignment.
Make sure that your latitude and longitude you are correct for your location, you can find that using Google if you need help, take in mind that if you move far from your location you might need to do an update on your latitude and longitude.
As I mentioned you will need to reprogram the controller for the current time you are using it, also make sure that you have daylight savings correct it is very important you have the correct time program into the controller.
Also make sure that one picking the sky location that your star is in that location for example where I am arcturus is in the northwest sky around 8 o'clock p.m. I made the mistake of picking the wrong part of the sky that my star was them any was unable to find a star.
You can't do a two star alignment during the daytime, due to the fact that there are no stars to align two in the daylight.
The two star alignment needs to be set up every use and a time needs to be set before each use.
I wanted to mention as well that if used noticed a NPE caution Error I believe you need to set this zero under alignment for NP error I was told that has to do with three-star alignment for some equatorial mounts.