I have a Moonlite Nitecrawler that I am trying to get auto focusing working on. All my set up is in a remote location right now, however, I do have software assisted focusing (another software that can achieve that). I get it focused using this another software and I know that the focus is excellent. I use the focuser position from that software and use that as my at focus position in SGP. I then use SGP to find out HFR and other components (step size, HFR and star size) required by SGP to get auto-focus working and have them put in the auto focusing window. When I start the auto-focusing run, it starts off from where I am currently and tries to get a v-curve going, however, when it does not find stars in the initial few focus points, it moves out to the outward extreme. Not sure how to stop such behavior. Any clues?