It never occured to me to try this scope and mount together. But there was the DM4, standing next to the Mk91. I bought the DM4 for its portability and stability. A year ago I took it to WSP with my old TEC 6. Well 6 is 9 now.
It took less than 5 minutes to get them outside and assembled. The tube balanced easily and held well without trouble. I used a 20nn Nagler for 155x views of the moon. Despite the heat inside the ota, the views were mostly crisp and clear. No trouble panning the scope.
Jupiter was much lower in the sky and behind some pine needles. I used a 32 WF for 96x views. The pine tags made for some weird diffraction effects. Several bands on the planet were easily visible.
After 15 minutes Im back inside and ready for dinner. Quick and easy observing.