Game Plan: Using MC waist measured beam as the starting point of beam propagation, move MMT mirrors around until the beam profile fits with the IPPOS measurements from Monday.
Plot 1: Allow MMT mirrors to move as much as they want to. Note that the Y-beam goes through the IPPOS measured point. (This implies we put the MMT in the wrong place by ~half a meter. Unlikely)
Plot 2: Using MMT locations from plot 1, what does the beam look like at the ITMs?
Plot 3: Allow MMT mirrors to move as much as 2cm. Note that the Y-beam doesn't quite go through IPPOS measured point.
Plot 4: Using MMT locations from plot 3, what does the beam look like at the ITMs?
For all of the above, I was optimizing the propagation of the Y-beam profile. Since the X-beam profile measurement is so different, if I want to optimize to X and let the MMT mirrors move as much as they want, MMT1 ends up inside the MC. Unlikely. So I'm just looking at Y for now, and maybe Suresh or someone needs to rethink the error bars on their measurements or just remeasure.