I want to share my experience with the new Celestron Evo EQ Wedge with my NexStar Evo 6 for EAA. Tonight was my first night out with this wedge. First of all, the build quality is top notch! Heavy and very stable with very little vibration. Polar alignment was straight forward(I did a drift alignment to an accuracy of about 5 minutes in both azimuth and altitude). So it was very accurate. I also used my MallinCam Jr Pro EX Color to do the polar alignment procedure to monitor the alignment stars. There seems to be a dislike of Eq wedges among many amateur astronomers. I know I had a bad experience with a wedge for my old Meade LX90 many years ago. But the build quality of the wedge makes a world of difference. I am somewhat surprised at how stable this Celestron wedge is! Since I had a good polar alignment, I was able to go to 2 minute exposures unguided(yes I said unguided!) with the MallinCam Jr Pro using the NexStar Evo 6(yes this is an awesome telescope too, with great tracking accuracy). I used a 0.5x focal reducer to bring the 6 inch Evo down to about F5.4(about 820mm focal length) at approx. 2.1 arcsec/pixel resolution. I'm so happy I bought the Celestron wedge since it helps me in several ways(more sky coverage before clearance issues with the mount arise, no more cord wrap issues, more accurate goto's, better tracking). Here's a pic of my setup. Enjoy!