I use a Telrad on mine, and it works great.
But I already had the Telrad, so simply picked up another base for this ota.
My 150mm f5 came with a long eye relief straight through 6x30 finder.
It actually worked great too.
Particularly in suburban/urban viewing situations, where it's very large 6x fov revealed many more faint field stars than no power finders can.
This is sometimes very helpful for finding stuff.
Another vote for 200x with this type of scope, and more.
There are many multi element, well corrected, easy to look through ep's available these day's to get you there.
And barlow/ep combos too, as mentioned.
These ota's weight in around 10 lbs, so they are pretty easy to mount alt-az too.
They have a rather small range of focuser positions when alt-az mounted, so the ep is very easy to reach with one seat height position, for me.
Small enough to sit upright in my cars, so easy take on road trips, like vacations, business, etc.
Mine is an older 1.25" focuser model, and I most often take it out under local rural sky.
I'm a bit better dark adapted there, so a garden variety 32mm plossl is usually my low power 2 degree widest field choice.
But the scope does do well on planets too.
It's not like a long focus 6" achromat, nor an apo.
Nor is it an 8" scope.
But it is clearly able to out resolve smaller aperture scopes on planetary detail.