Thank you all.
I've done a little searching for a visual flattener, and TS has one they call a universal flattener that they say works for visual as well as imaging.
The package as sold does state it includes a 2 element field flattener, but it is in same press said to be for imaging. I did not find anything visual for refractors at f/5 on the Astronomics site.
MrRoberts thank you for posting in and the images!
I do not remember the reason I no longer have the Orion, I may have gave it away as i sometimes do with small scopes if there is an interested 'younger person'... as i cannot find any correspondence about selling, that is most likely. have a rule about not holding onto 'unused gear' it was probably back in the days I had the FSQ-85. I did like the optics and visual in it was great, but for imaging the FSQ-85 was just a vastly superior tool, triple that if there a bright star in the field of interest.
I do not plan on any imaging, visual only.
A lesson I learned with my big Dob (~f/4.6), I thought the views were great until i started using the ParaCorr 2, once you see the field corrected it's impossible not to see
(the issues) after that. So the ParaCorr lives in my Dob.
Again, thank you for the replies.