I have had trouble finding the crosshairs on the rigel, which will probably apply to the quinsight also, and sometimes even on a standard red dot finder.
You are not alone. I feel like an idiot when I can't find the projection, but I switch between three different scopes so I can't get the eye position correct right off the bat.
For the backup to my green laser pointer, I picked up one of the tube style pistol red/green red dot finders and the body of the finder helps me find the dot every time.
I did partially disassembedl it to remove the rear window, and also to remove the partial aluminizing on the front window to minimize light loss. Toothpaste will do it, but I just found my ferric chloride circuit board etching solution which is supposed to take it right off. It can be bought cheaply online in powder form.
Like the green laser pointer, I only use pistol style units that have micro adjusters. I have not had any accurate pointing problems since switching over to the micro adjuster style.
I use a pistol laser green laser pointer most of the time. it's accurate enough to hit planets on the first try with a C11, the micro adjusters making all the difference. Sweet.
Awesome on big angled binos, I lucked into this when first using my 10 by 80 flak binos. Just one of many many people to reinvent this particular wheel.
Mounting a Weaver-Picatinny rail to the top of the binos lets you use a picatinny riser to get the sight up to where you can use it.
It's been awhile since I added one to my APM 100 and it's buried in the packing material pending my move, so I can't take a look and exactly how I did it.
I think I mounted a vixen finder shoe to the binoculars and attached a vixen base to picatinny top riser, now that I think about it. I used existing holes.
I remember the shoe biting into my fingers when I carried it.
In that case I would convert it to a straight picatinny rail, only a couple of dollars and easily redrilled if necessary, and they come in so many varieties it probably won't be necessary.
More than one way to solve this particular problem.