The star image looks a lot better.
As Vic explained, you can tilt to secondary up a little and maybe down a tad. The primary reflection will move to the right and off the secondary. (You may have to adjust rotation a bit). But, that's okay for two good reasons.
First, when the focuser axis is collimated, the primary reflection will be centered under the focuser. That is two of the three collimation signatures. When their centers coincide with the donut under the cross hair, so must their edges be concentric.
Second, once the primary reflection is centered under the focuser, it can be used as a reference to center the secondary under the focuser, too. The secondary edge is the third collimation signature responsible for field illumination, ie, clipped images.
Again, when the focuser axis is collimated to the primary center, the primary reflection is necessarily centered under the focuser. Then the secondary centered on the primary reflection, again, also centers it under the focuser. This completes the three concentric signatures.
Edited by Asbytec, 06 December 2020 - 06:53 PM.