I finally found a setup that works well for me, and I thought I should share it with you guys.
I had the first light with the ASI1600MM and the ASIAIR, and they both performed very well! I'm really impressed at how the ASIAIR makes everything easy, and paired with the AZ-GTi, it's probably the most portable GoTo mount available right now. Everything fits in a backpack, and I can see myself traveling with that kit to more remote locations.
I was afraid of the polar alignment with the AZ-GTi, but it was extremely easy. It took me about 15 minutes, but that was the first time I used the software. Also, I didn't have anything to hold my phone, so I had to put it back in my pocket all the time I'm pretty sure it will be much faster next time!
The ability to plate solve and sync the mount just changes everything. No more 3 star alignment, all targets are dead center.
The AZ-GTi and ASIAIR can communicate together via Wi-Fi, or using the EQDIR USB cable. Both seem to work well, but I chose to use the cable to be on the safe side.
Here are a few pics of the setup: AZ-GTi with ADM dovetail system, iOptron's latitude base, ASI1600MM-Pro, Canon 200mm f/2.8L, ASI120MM mini with a 32mm guide scope, and the ASIAIR with Lynx Astro EQDIR cable. The camera is powered by a battery from Tracer, which is really good, while the mount is powered by the internal 8 rechargeable batteries. I might move later to a PegasusAstro Pocket Powerbox, to power both the mount and the camera with the same battery. I've heard a stable power source is better for the AZ-GTi!
I also have the counterweight system from the Star Adventurer (+adapter). It's a good addition for bigger scopes or lenses. I haven't tried to mount my SW 130mm Newtonian in Alt-Az configuration, but I suspect it's pushing the mount a bit? Has anyone tried it, for observing in Alt-Az?
Regarding the saddle, like many, I can recommend the one from ADM. It's more solid than the default one. However it's too wide for some dovetail bars, like those nice ones from William Optics (Arca Swiss + standard dovetail), which is pity.
Edited by SpaceOddities, 18 September 2019 - 06:56 AM.