Earlier I posted: Now, it's a matter of culling the herd, but I'm finding that much harder than buying them!
Case in point: I just finished the final packing of the Hino Mizar P-100, and I got that last-minute "Do I really want to part with this one?" pang of self-doubt. Crazy? Absolutely. Silly? Probably. But when I've enjoyed using a scope, it is kinda hard to pass it along. And it seems like the longer I've had the scope, the tougher it is. But I'm definitely keeping my RV-6, and it makes the P-100 redundant; just as my Goto 60 makes the Pentax J60 the odd scope out. And, there are only so many clear nights in a year. I can see the logic, but that doesn't mean I have to like it.