It really is a piece of cake on the 6se. The HS lens is small enough to hold in one hand. I think I can do the install in less than two minutes. Make sure you get the right camera adapter. Dean should have one for the Lodestar. The adapter also has 1.25" filter threads on the inside. One tip to make the install easier is to put a piece of folded electrical tape on the front of the secondary to have something to pull on it when removing it. Otherwise it cocks as you try to take it out with your fingernail and is frustrating to get out.
I would not leave the Hyperstar lens installed when transporting. It sticks out past the front of the scope tube. It is an invitation for serious damage and you can't use the standard scope cover. The HS comes with a nice protective case, too.
I think you're in for a lot of fun with that setup. Let us know how it works out.
Perhaps a stupid question: I suppose that the scope alignment (I use always 2 star) must be done before installing the HS;
so may I assemble the HS while the scope is tracking? I understand that the scope must be 45° altitude declined for save assembly.
Is their a technique to carry out scope alignment with the HS mounted? Perhaps via "focusing in the Starlight Live software"?
I did a survey on the internet and I found a lot of videos explaining how to mount the HS, but nobody is explaining how
the scope is then aligned afterwards.