Hello! I recently purchased a basic 6-inch Equatorial Reflector telescope. I bought it because I loved doing astronomy with large binoculars, and I assumed the next step was a small reflector telescope. However, I find myself barely using the new scope because the bulky Equatorial mount is very difficult to accurately align with Polaris, and so when I use it I loosen the joints and treat it like a dobsonian mount. This naturally requires me to do a lot of re-aiming and adjusting as a I view, which makes it frustrating to use because the sighting scope is terrible. When I worked with binoculars, I often used a green laser pointer to point out an object, and then I found the beam in the binoculars. I would like to do something similar with the telescope, except I want to mount the laser on the body of the scope in such a way that it always points to the center of the field of view. I am using a basic push-button laser, and I have no idea how to mount it such that it points with such precision. Does anyone have any experience or suggestions regarding how I should do this? I need to be able to adjust the pan and tilt of the laser easily. Thank you very much!