The scope is about 10 inches south of center, which will hopefully allow a little more zenith access when needed. I still have to level it on the uneven ground; due to some site restrictions and other considerations, the scope is tripod mounted rather than on a pier.
The amazing thing is that, even with this big scope installed, there is still plenty of room in the pod. The following pix show the scope in-situ, and give a good idea of just how much room there is in the POD. As you can see, my workstation, which is to the west of the scope, has plenty of space and allows easy access directly to the scope. Although my run-off shed in the county (10'x12') had lot of room, I certainly don't feel at all constricted by the POD. This little observatory has lots of usable space, is watertight, and is the perfect home for even a large scope like the 14 inch.