Lukas and Jay thank you for your response back. I was hoping the answer would be Superfit is all that is necessary. But life is never that easy is it!
Like Jay, I have great success with MLPT, but it is a pain to have to run, especially when acquiring multiple targets per night. I have CCDAutopilot (not currently using) and have begun to consider remote imaging. My observatory is only 2.5 hours away from my home, but it would be nice on night when I cannot get away.
OK, back to the topic. Yes Lukas you provided me the information I wanted to know. Now you brought up autoguiding. I did autoguide with all my other mounts, Tak, AP, and stopped when I purchased the ASA. I have never tried autoguiding with my DDM85, does it work just like any other mount? I would use Maxim DL to guide with. Are you performing off-axis guiding or using a secondary scope?
Correct me if am wrong here, To do what Jay is doing, He must be up all night at the monitor because MLPT cannot be automated. If you autoguide, you then can truly have an automated session in which CCDAutopilot or ACP can run the show. Right? The only issue I see here, we bought a mount light years ahead of anything else and we now have to make it like any other mount to go remote...