First of all, SkySafari 3 is my favorite augmented-reality star gazing app. It has a huge catalog of stars, great zooming ability, lots of settings to customize the experience, and really nice graphics. However, theres one issue Ive noticed, and Im wondering if others have found it annoying too. When I point SkySafari straight up (at the zenith) or straight down (at the nadir), the display becomes highly sensitive to tiny wobbles, and the stars spin around at the slightest tilt. I find this a problem because it means, in the vicinity of those directions, I cannot count on what I see on the screen to be in the same direction as where the stars actually are in the sky. In every other direction SkySafari works great and tiny shakes dont affect it much at all. But straight up and straight down act differently, to the point where the display often is rotated significantly from reality. Anyone else have this experience?