Thanks for your thoughts.
The idea was that with guiding, he might be able to do longer than 20 second subs. But for whatever reason, the mount and PHD2 don't seem to be able to connect. Which brings us back to the original question of, is it possible for this mount and PHD2 to connect to one another? Programs and Drivers are installed, and he's been imaging with Nebulosity for about a year now. So I guess the question might be; Is this mount capable of connecting the PHD2?
As for your condo EQ / alt/az question; His place is on the third floor, with a wooden balcony that faces East, he can't see Polaris to polar align, and even if he could, when he steps onto or off of the balcony it flexes enough to negate any alignment, including drift aligning. He lives at the beach, so due to the salt air needs to put his mount out then bring it back in every night.
With this Celestron mount, he need only set it out on the balcony, plug it in and turn it on, then step off the balcony. The mount then aligns itself to some stars, etc and is ready to go.
If it could connect to PHD2 for guiding, maybe he could do longer than 20 sec subs, which brings back the question as to whether it can be connected to and interface with PHD2 for guiding?
Thanks in advance to anyone that knows the answer