I just installed Astroberry 2.0.4 and found that there's a problem with the PA. It tells me that the manual settings (slew E/W, manual slew) were greyed out because the FOV was less than 10'. But at the same time, it had just calculated that my FOV was 109' x x73'. See the image below. Clearly, my FOV is larger than 10' and the controls should not be greyed out.
Another minor issue, after doing a polar alignment it shows the position of the NCP quite a bit away from where it really is. Compare the Stellarium image below with the image above. Look at the 5-star asterism, and you can eyeball that the NCP in the above image is several arc minutes away from where it is supposed to be. This may just be a display issue because I had just done a polar alignment, and the RA and NCP positions are as close as I would expect them to be.
I typed the upgrade commands, and still have KStars 3.5.5. I started with the stable Astroberry release, which is 2.0.4. Let me go over to the astroberry site, see what's the deal there. Maybe I need a development release.
Anyway, not a big deal: at least in 3.5.5 an older problem has been fixed where the scope would keep turning if I would let Ekos do the automatic polar alignment turning (could be an LX200 OnStep driver issue, not sure). So, I can now live without the manual settings and upgrade sometime later. Having a stable release is worth something.