Actually, in my opinion, it is one of the least fun scopes to use one could ask for.
See, to use these for anything above the treetops, the mount has to be very tall, or otherwise, you will be sitting on the ground to view, and at zenith, you will be practically laying on the ground.
And when you make the tripod tall enough to avoid having to sit on the ground it becomes very unstable and even focusing will induce very long period oscillations.
The tripod is the weak link in mounting these scopes. That's why I did away with them and built piers for my scope.
For several years I used my scope on a Vixen GP mount fixed on top of pier. I could easily observe at the zenith while sat
comfortably in a chair without focus shakes. The piers do not have to be expensive, I built all of mine with less than $20 of materials.