Scopes used: AR5 and 80/9D
Eyepieces used: 30mm Generic 80 degree wide-field and 10mm Ethos.
Conditions: Poor seeing and transparency
Polar alignment was quick, but accurate. After entering my location correctly this time I had the scope go to Vega. It was off, but not by much. I set the mount back to the home position and had it go to Vega once more. This time Vega was at the edge of my 30mm. So I moved it towards the center and hit enter. I then had the mount go to M13. Bam! Smack dab in the middle of the FOV. I put the Ethos in but the conditions along with the AR5 were making high power a no go.
Next object: M51. A bit of slewing later and there it was. Not at the center buy easily seen in the field of view. This process was repeated for M81, M82, M57, M56, M13(again), M92. After getting it to go to these objects I would sync it on the object. The more times I synced the closer the go to was. To the point where it was in the middle of the FOV of the Ethos. All of this with just a one star alignment. I changed scopes and used the 80/9D and I much prefered its wider FOV than the AR5. Plus I have a soft spot for 80mm refractors
For the first time using this mount I'm pretty impressed. I can only wait till tomorrow and see how good the go to's are with a 2 and 3 star alignment.