Is there a way to bin my SC3 more than 2x2? At my focal length, 2940mm binned 2x2 gives me about .65"/pixel or so. Chasing the seeing is putting it mildly. This is very high resolution, and after three nights trying to get this thing to guide-it does not, at least satisfactorily. It would be nice to be able to bin this 3x3 or more, if possible. I have worked with the settings in Maxim, delay after correction, aggressiveness, minimum move and the other usual suspects. Both ASCOM direct and guider relay have bother been tried. There is slight vignetting in the field from the pick off mirror, it may be able to be moved a little bit (in the field maybe 10%+/-). Focus seems OK for an off axis guider. My hope was to be able to run ACP by now, there is no way this camera and guider are ready for that. There are several issues: *It like to calibrate on a hot pixel or something, even when there is a bright star in the field. *It likes to "half calibrate", where it will calibrate in one portion of the "L", but the other goes off at an odd angle, loses the star or something, or does a V calibration, or some other unusual design. *It oscillates in RA...runs up...then runs down...then back up...and so on. Images are useless. Unguided images of 60", 90", 120" show pretty round stars. Yes I do need to guide the system. Less than a week ago, the imaging system was working just fine, guiding was good-(CDK17/AP1600GTO/STL6303E). This is my reference for performance of what the telescope and mount are capable of.