I collected 7 RGB avis at 36/30/20 fps, 3'x3'x5' times, with histograms running 45-55% right around peak transit. Actual f-ratio is f22 taking an average of the 5 R's in FireCapture. I tried to dynamically tweak the focus approx +1 count/min to compensate for the chilling of the night air. I was constantly tweaking the dewheater setting to keep the boundary layer to +/- 0.1degC vs the mirror back. Using AS2! and taking the best 5 of 7 avi runs (which were the first ones), I stacked 2800 frames each (picked randomly since I was starting a new folder and 3000 was already taken). Applied Reg6 gaussian sharpen/noise reduction to each, prealigned in Images Plus then derotated in WinJupos. I took derotated R1, R2, R3, R4, R5 and combined as RRRRR, and repeated for G, B. Images slightly sharpened and stretched from 230 in Reg6 then prealigned again in Images Plus. RRRRR, GGGGG, BBBBB files then derotated back in WinJupos as RGBx5 using a grand total of 42,000 frames! A color balance, stretch, and slight sharpening was done in Reg6. Background cleaned up in PS, and the Tethys moon was "borrowed" from my recent Meade 16" IR image and resized since the RGB moon was smeared. There was no LR deconvolutions applied - only Reg6 sharpening. Color and details are very rich. The shadow detail under the front ring on either side is interesting and drops off on either side of the globe edge. In total, this represent 55min of derotated data which took hours to process. Hands down my best image.