Here the picture of my Eclips field of view with Vega after a "restore default" and a "good auto-alignment". I attached the picture.
The picture is 640x480 pixels and under Photoshop Vega is (367,256), near the geometric center which is (320,240).
It confirms that my scope has no mechanical issue and that Eclips is doing its job....cool, no repair!
Beetween two succesful alignment, I tried, one more time, a "finder center" which failed. I was not able to take Eclips pictures at that time, but I can confirm that the alignment stars were right in the center of the APN and, for sure, in the field of view of the Eclips Camera!
I look carefully during the alignment procedure and for each alignement stars, the LS-6 move to the stars, but add a little move at the end before the image acquisition. This little move is about the amount of the "offset".
My conclusion is that: After a "finder center" and power cycle off/on, the LS-6 performs "offset move" during the alignement for each alignment star.
It shoud do it after, when the alignment is complete, as an additional move.
Anyway, it is for sure a firmware issue. Except if you don't move your scope between sessions and use "park place", stay away, for the moment from "finder center" calibration.