The Jaegertron worked great last night on the Moon, Saturn, and Jupiter. Lots of detail, great contrast, a perfect velvety black sky as their backdrop. Went up to 200X with a 6mm vixen ortho. Some of the best views,of the moon I have ever had. Saturn, nice black inside the rings, Cassini's division easy at 100X. It was beautiful with a 9mm Unitron symmetrical yielding ~130X. Could see faint banding as well. Jupiter was first up. Jupiters's banding and Galilean moons nice in spite of being down in the soup. Nice color on the bands. After Jupiter it was on to Castor which it split nicely. The moon was the main feature, and Saturn rounded out the evening as the last entry. This scope as NO hint of CA what so ever. It would hold its own with the 3 inch Unitron though I didn't have them both set up. I guess I got one of the good Jaeger lenses. I am very pleased.