Just keep in mind that there is always some degree of luck (and therefore risk) in that kind of setup. It's like speeding on a highway: you may get tripped uprwodaski
I will weigh in on the long usb cable and the powered hub at the telescope. I have been using the set up for three or four years and have come to trust email@example.com
I'm not surprised you had issues with USB3 ports. There's been lots of discussion about incompatibilities between USB2 devices and USB3 ports on other forumsphils67
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