I picked up that Meade 90mm, F/6.7 "Infinity" refractor from Bill at Telescope Warehouse that was advertised in the CN classifieds a few days ago because I couldn't resist the $60 shipped price. I wasn't expecting much other than using it as a wide field, low power scope. I was checking it out tonight and it does well with a 32mm eyepiece (19X) for Milky Way scanning. Focuser was smooth with no play and the star images looked pretty good. Just for fun I put it on Saturn with a 6mm eyepiece in a 2X Barlow to get 200X and was absolutely blown away at the performance. Very minimal CA and Saturn was tack sharp with Titan and Rhea evident. I checked this against my trusty little ETX90 at the same power, and I couldn't tell the difference other than the refractor image was slightly brighter. This thing is almost as good as some expensive ED scopes I've looked through, at least on Saturn. Has anyone else used one of these scopes and are they all like this or did I just get lucky?? If they are all like this one, the word "binocular" comes to mind!