With my Celestron AVX mount in the Home position, and pointing roughly, within a degree or two, from true North I performed a Quick Align and did a GoTo to Jupiter, close enough for the Ekos Align to work and let me see the planet. I then performed a Goto to Polaris, expecting that the mount would revert to its Home position. It didn't. It did some sort of "dipsy doodle", with the OTA low on the left side of center pointing upward to what might have been the right direction for Polaris, but I couldn't tell because of weather. Why dies this happen, and what, if anything should be done about it?