A quick Update:
1. I reached the conclusion that the Bluetooth solution is not going to work. My adapter requires flow control signals to function correctly and the LX200GPS does not have those signal.
1. Ordered and received a RS232/Wifi adapter
2. Configured it into STA mode (connected to my home wifi network with a static ip)
3. Configured the RS232 to 9600, etc..
4. Utilizing a terminal SW I was able to connect to the Wifi Adapter and control the LX200GPS and receive all the appropriate responses back.
5. Since I am using the 12V from the mount on Pin 1 of the HBX to power the Wifi Adapter, you are going lose the Opening "Welcome" text from the mount until you connect to the wifi adapter. We can always use an external power source and then it should function as the AS2
6. There is an AP mode for the wifi adapter (you connect to the served Wifi from the adapter) but in this mode we lose Internet connectivity, which means that the Weather Interface (a nice to have) will not function.
7. Regardless of what mode we chose, the code to control the mount would be the same...
8. Now the fun begins, I have to strip the BT code out and put in the Wifi
You are home and you setup your mount where you phone can easily connect to your WiFi
You are in Observatory where you have Wifi Available and can easily connect to it
You are in remote location but have a Wifi Router setup
No Wifi available or can connect to
All the STA mode scenarios but you prefer AP mode
If you have an opinion on which connection mode is preferred (STA, AP, both), then please chime in.