Ran all last night with beta 12 and the only issue was failure of focus when it moved to a target in a star-poor area when seeing had also deteriorated. I had the AF sample set to max so reduced that to around 30 as well as switching to Lum focus and offsets and that fixed the “issue”.
It did make me wonder about better notifications on failed focus as it seemed to “not know it had failed”. The only way I knew that had happened is that PhD started dinging it’s “lost guide star” tone. I also wonder why it did not just return to previous focus point when it failed. Of course, I am not sure it “knew” it had failed, maybe that is the issue.
So if there is a problem, it is not in the focus itself as that was a user adjustment issue and easily dealt with. Rather it was in the way it failed and did not let me know. If I had the sound off on the PC, it would have wasted the images - which kinda sucked anyway in this case due to the bad seeing
Also, and this is a academic issue, how much effect would you expect seeing to have on the focus with the SGP system? It seemed (and maybe this is ad hoc thinking) that the problem was greater when the seeing went downhill. Just for comparison, her is the seeing monitor graph from last night: