So I was out late last night observing in my yard with a buddy. I have my LX850 setup and polar aligned, which I know is off a tad, but I have it close enough that most objects are in the field of view of a 25mm eyepiece when i goto. Here is the interesting thing, when I power the scope up I slew to a bright star like Altair and center it then hit sync in my hand controller. From then on any object that I slew to in the eastern sky is pretty much dead center of the FOV. So hunting east objects means the OTA is on the west side of the pier and all goto's are pretty much dead center.
Now I slew to an object on the western side, its no where near the FOV of the 25mm eyepiece, I have to hunt for it and sometimes its not easy to locate even in the finder. SO in this case the OTA is now on the East side of the pier. Anything I look for in the west is out of the field for any goto.
SO lets go to an object in the east again, ohh surprise not in the FOV anymore either.
This is perplexing to me, and I can't wrap my head around exactly what is doing this. I re-leveled the mount, and realigned with the pole star, but I'm indeed positive I'm off a hair. But I don't expect this from being mis-aligned.