It is a well made but is only 3 guys and most of the stuff they do is bespoke so lead time is long, took 5mths to deliver mine though should have been 4 but understandable reasons for the delay. I got a 7’x6’ version, which I did think may have been tight on space but pretty roomy which everything installed (straight walls are an advantage as well) - not sure how how the RC would fair but with the 106 the roof can close with the scope in any poistion, lose 10-15deg of sky this way but is the murk so not losing much.
I took their roof option, it is basically a sliding gate opener and some custom metal work and sits on the outside, works well though.
I got the impression automation is not their strong point, OK for me as had already started on a custom controller that handles the roof opening, only need to make two wires for a second ,simple as no sensors as you program the roof unit with the start, end positions.
roof in action
The control side I wrote myself, handles the roof in conjunction with my own ASCOM driver (one quirk there that still trying to get to the bottom of as will see elsewhere here), also handles the power to all the equipment ensuring everything powers off after the camera has cooled, monitors SGP and controls the IR for the cameras switch off when integration starts and on when it ends, last stage is to integrate control of the alarm system as a couple of times forgot to switch mode and that kicked into life on a flip !
SGP controls it all perfectly, provided I remember to tick the tick to Slave to Telescope checkbox every time , run a few nights unattended with flips and bar a couple of self induced issues all has worked flawlessly
More than welcome to come and have a look