We locked the south cavity using the north TTFSS. 200 kHz oscillation is still present, so whatever this is probably doesn't reside in the TTFSS box.
Tara and I also took cavity pole measurements using the EOAM and two PDA10CSs, one placed before the cavity (monitoring the light rejected from the post-EOAM PBS) and one after the cavity (on the ISS breadboard). The HP4395A was used to drive the EOAM, and we then took the transfer function which takes the pre-cavity PD voltage to the transmission PD voltage. I will fit these later, but the poles appear to be consistent with the values tabulated in ctn:1475.