Based on Marc Delcroix's predicted transit times for the Neptunian white spot (Pete's spot), I stayed outside long past the point of sense last night. My wife's assessment of the night: "It's gross". Hot, humid, lousy transparency, passing clouds and mostly wobbly seeing. At times the seeing was average but it wasn't nearly as good as four nights ago.
However, Marc predicted the spot to be on the CM at 2:55am local time. I wanted to image a series and see movement but the conditions prevented that. I did get one nice image and one with the camera rotated. Also several runs before it became visible.
Here is the best of the bunch. All avis were 6000 frames in 900s and processed identically.