Thanks! It is usually a pretty sure bet if you can find a Dyna 6" they nearly always have good optics!
I think the classic form with it's simplicity, the Dec lugs Formed right into the cell, focuser on the upper Right rear
make them beautiful along with the paint. The Phenol Resin tubes are super stable for currents!
They track like a Dream! they are also silky smooth manually slewing! Much smoother than a Celestron.
One issue with ALL of them is image shift. I take some Super Lube Grease and mix it with a little Mobile one motor oil.
Get the mixture to where a glob will sag then SLOWLY drip down your finger, Place it around the baffle with the Primary out and a quick swirl
of it on the bottom inside of the mirror cell! Too much and it can drip down the back of the primary!
This usually takes about 80% of the mirror shift out.
To tell you how much I love mine, I sold my Celestron 6" SCT before I'd part with mine!
I love the 6" so much more than the 8" they are so easy to transport and lite to set up, plus they are Cute!
I have left mine set up on the table top legs, in my Living room, just so I could stare at it!
Nobody else around here, has ever done that with their favorite scope, have they?????