In my neck of the woods, in the winter, we get one clear night a month - at most! It's extremely depressing. :-( I did get one partially clear night in February and was able to get a few hours on M51. So I've taken a total of 2 real images with this camera since I had it in December - Orion and M51.
I'm not as happy with this one, but I probably needed more time on it. Plus, because I was anticipating clouds later in the night, I started exposing early when the sky background was a little brighter and based my 20xRN mean value on that. As the night got darker, I realized my mean was dropping substantially and I should have used longer exposures. In any case, it has more noise than I'd like, as well as a number of other issues. But it's still way better than my last attempt on it a couple years back with my T3i.
Taken with EdgeHD 8 on iOptron iEQ45 Pro mount
Lights: 60 x 180 seconds
Darks, Flats, Bias: 50 each
Filter: IDAS LPS-D1