It is strange that these telescopes (goto Synscan dobs) are sold without adjustable feet or a bubble level. I don't know what the manufacturers are thinking. Sure they save a couple bucks and can keep their scopes a touch cheaper to sell, but the features of the scope are basically useless without. I would have appreciated at least having this as an option to purchase at extra cost. The manual clearly states that the telescope must be level - so how exactly do they expect someone to level it?
Anyway, at a minimum you need to go to a hardware store and get a bubble level so you know when you are level. I also put adjustable feet on my base. If you are careful with getting the base stable and as close to perfectly level as you can, and then do a decent alignment, the tracking works great (for visual).
Another tip that works for me: I sometimes utilize the higher magnification plossel that came with the scope to 'center' the alignment stars. Works a charm if I really want to dial in the alignment, although an EP with cross hairs would also work if you have one.
Best of luck with your scope.