Compared to a regular finder scope the EZ finder definitely has its advantages, for instance during star hoping, and making sure that your aiming at the same location in the night time sky that you think you're aiming at. <br /><br />But its a little difficult to adjust at times. Its difficult to get the red dot to points accurately where I need it to.<br /><br /> While in the dark I kept twisting and turning knobs and the dot would go every which way, but the knob turning would play out before It ever reached the location I was aiming for. Eventually it was close but not perfect. Plus the field of views seems a wee bit small.<br /><br />I've seen the Telrad by another manufacturer, and it seems to me that you look at it through a right angle (more convenient on a Dobsonian), and that the field of view is greater, and that instead of just a dot you get an entire "bullseye" range of circles.<br /><br />Does anyone actually have the Telrad? What's your experience? Have you compared it to Orion's EZ finder and which do you like better? <br /><br />I've been thinking about an "upgrade"