Thanks for the response. I too only have a driveway available to set up for lunar photography. I assumed that since you shot video/timelapse to get so many shots to run through your stacking program, you used some sort of tracking device. I've been thinking about the ioptron pro mount and just need to try it to see if I can find the north star OK. I have a street light in the direction I need to align to that makes seeing the night sky difficult.
You don't need the pole star! Not with ALT AZ mount, only with EQ. The unit does all the work itself actually.... you just have to fine tune left and right a bit usually.
Here is a little vid showing set-up... though as I say, you do have to tweak it a bit. I have only used mine a few times, and could not see what it pointed at for alignment (clouds, whatever...) it did not matter, I just confirmed position anyway, and told it to go to the moon, and adjusted on it and it tracked fine. Not ideal I am sure... but it has worked anyway.
See a vid here.... daytime, but it goes through the motions. I am sure there are better vids out there.