Ok, Agena Astro has the 32mm Baader Classic Plossl's on sale. I picked up two on your recommendation.
I think they are the best of the "non TV" ploessl's.
The coatings are top notch. Much better then the othe Chinese ploessl's I have.
Just got these Baader Plossls and I must say I can't see any obvious vignetting in daylight when viewing through the APO binos. The field stop looks well-defined to me. My bino is the initial configuration sold with the full clear aperture.
I'm going to try them at night as soon as I have some clear sky. They appear sharp to all but the extreme edge in my daylight observations and they give me a first impression of more than a 50 deg AFOV. Very nice for the price.
Edit: Took them out for night viewing a while in my driveway, which is about a mag 4.5-5 sky overhead with a few surrounding yard lights. I definitely observed some vignetting at night -- the field stop looked a bit fuzzy and some edge darkening was detectable in the outer 10% or so. However, they are sharp across virtually the entire field and very sharp on axis. I was able to see peppered faint stars in the Double Cluster, M35, M38, and M41. Star colors seemed nicely saturated. The Orion sword region (all in one field!) was very nice and I could definitely still split three of the four stars of the Trapezium at ~17x. The Pleiades are also nicely framed in full. I could not use these without glasses as my astigmatism is just too severe. If you can use a 32mm eyepiece without glasses, then the fov is definitely more immersive the closer you can get your eyes. I had no significant problems with blackout.
I think I will sell my poor man's 24 Pan substitutes, the TeleVue 24mm Widefields, in favor of these 32mm Plossls. I find I prefer my Pentax 20mm XWs over the Widefields anyway. The 32mm Plossls seem to be a better option to me for going after extended nebulae, dark and bright, and nicely framing some of the largest clusters.
Edited by GamesForOne, 27 January 2016 - 08:08 PM.