Not a classic scope but a classic mirror. My old perfect Meade 8" f6 that I built into a primo OTA ( thin wall aluminum tube with air spaced flocked liner, 1.52" quartz secondary, active cooling, Feathertouch focuser) was showing me breathtaking detail on Jupiter last night at 400x (3-6 Nagler Zoom). The image would just crisp up and look absolutely etched. Hints of shading and a distinct sharp edge to Ganymede. Interesting area around the GRS where the darker streamer at the southern edge of the SEB wraps only partway around the GRS Hollow. Some white ovals in the STB, and way more.
I was hand tracking with the scope on my DM6 and preferred the 3.5 and 5 mm Pentax XWs for ease of use but still played around with small AFOV like the Nagler Zoom, 5.1mm XO, Tahahashi 4mm Hi-Ortho, and a 5mm University HD ortho.
Also snagged the Pup with the 7mm Pentax, and "in orbit" views of the moon.
Overall the night was surprising since there were a lot of high clouds and forecast for the marine gayer and fog early but I was desperate for some viewing and set up when I saw the Moon had come out from behind the clouds it was in earlier in twilight.