Early last fall I bought a C14 and put it on my Celestron CGX mount. Celestron’s CGX-L EQ 1100 EdgeHD is an 11-inch, aplanatic Schmidt-Cassegrain mounted on its latest equatorial mount, the CGX-L. Advertisement The term ‘aplanatic’ refers to the additional internal EdgeHD optics, used to correct spherical aberrations inherent in this telescope design. My initial testing "problems" appear" to be a series of odd things with a predomiant one being that I "balanced my mount" - yes, you read that right, part of the issue was i "balanced" my mount! An alternative (and upgrade) from the AVX is the Celestron CGX, which can take heavier setups with a payload capacity of 55 lbs (25 kg). Motorized equatorial mount; Computerized functionality for use with Celestron’s Starry Night software (GoTo database of over 40,000 objects) Payload capacity of 30 lbs (14 kg) It needs to be slightly unbalanced (East heavy) for best performance. Read honest and unbiased product reviews … Key specifications. Make sure that the firmware on all of your Celestron devices are up to date (Use the Celestron Firmware Manager) The first time I ran through the StarSense setup process, the firmware in the StarSense hand control and my Celestron CGX-L mount were out of date. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Celestron CGX-L Equatorial 1100 EdgeHD 11" f/10 Schmidt-Cassegrain GoTo Telescope at Amazon.com. The image above was taken using about 25 subframes using a Sony A7III camera, a Celestron C8 EDGHD with a .7 reducer, and a Celestron CGX-L mount. In summary, I am EXTREMELY happy with the CGX and would highly recommend it NOW!