I have recently set up a Mesu mount with the QHY polermaster. Until now I have always used a Celestron mount and always polar aligned it through the polar scope and the all star alignment procedure.
On my Celestron mount the polemaster would go right at the center of the RA axis so when I turn the RA axis the Polermaster would turn on itself. On the Mesu mount instead, the Polemaster is placed on a side compared to the center of the RA axis so when I turn the RA axis the Polemaster will make a circle.
So the silly question is: does this makes a difference in the polar alignment procedure?