I presume you mean guided/unguided.
I fail to see why people don't want to guide. The periodic error of your mount is about 8 arc seconds, peak to peak (and it will not be reduced with good polar alignment). Even mediocre guiding will reduce that to below 1 arc second rms.
Why would you want to throw away that improvement? You worry about _much_ smaller things. You might as well have gotten a less expensive scope, the quality of the AT115EDT is being wasted.
If your skies are dark, 60 second subs are too short.
If you really insist on unguided, you need a better mount, and it needs to be on a fixed pier. Something like a 10Micron in an observatory. <smile>
Edited by bobzeq25, 19 October 2021 - 01:22 PM.