Yap! Thanks! Yesterday night I was comparing the view of the moon with my Nexstar 8 GPS and my son and some gusests liked more the still image of this small refractor!! To be a short focal and a 80mm D it gave very contrasted images with just a thin (very thin) red rim around the moon.
It is very light and can be my "grasp and go" scope! Also on Mars at 120x was nice...I'll try soon with a short focal eyepiece, a Radian 3mm, and let's see what happens.
Sure it's not a Taka (I have an FS102 which I do love) still It's enjoyable for its portability... Those guys from Ichi Kogagku were used to make very fine lens...