Why anyone wanting a planetary ocular yielding an 80degree. Field of view is beyond me when an ocular often 1/5 the cost will handedly outdo it tho I guess when you love wide angle deepsky its too easy to throw the same ocular on planets . They aren't as good though. I know this raises some dust in here but I'd refer you to Daniel Mounseys EXCELLENT review on eyepieces best suitable for lunar and planetary observing. It was one of the most realistic. Common sense this gs I've read on the topic.
My own experience tells me my Televue plossls and UO Abbe and HD Orthoscopics are excellent. Too my Televue Barlow's are amazingly transparent. Perfect, no but so good it s amazing.
I have a UO HD Ortho 12mm that I barlow (200x) and Powermate (250x) at times as well. A couple reasons I would (and do) use wide fields on planets:
1 - Less nudging in an undriven scope
2 - Comfortable eye relief for those that need it
Point 2 is moot when the exit pupil is small enough that an observer's astigmatism no longer interferes.