At 125X with the RB-66 spent a good deal of time on both of these:
Jupiter showing some nice detail. When the conditions were right some differences in colors outside the equatorial zone, often those two areas just appear a uniform cream color. The two bands bordering the central zone sometimes appeared to have very dark brown tobacco colored areas. Watched as Europa passed from view behind the edge of the planet.
Saturn looking very sharp and fake as always, Cassini division was easy to see as well as some shadow on the planet.
M28 was quite wonderful, looked like a steam cloud when it first came into the eyepiece but soon some stars could be resolved.
Double Double was a clean split on both pairs, the pairs look tiny though.
M57 was a treat as always, it puts me in mind of a hole or puncture in the universe.
Alberio pair, they just seem to make their opposite number more intense, the blue looks bluer and the red redder.
At 80X with the 80mm asymmetrical:
Jupiter the equatorial bands and three moons were visible by the time I moved to this instrument.
Saturn was lovely as well.
Looked also at Alberio and then shifted down to 27X to add some context. The landmarks I use to locate M57 were visible but not the object itself.
I'm still amazed how much you can see through a very inexpensive telescope...or two in this case.
I feel so fortunate to have these opportunities.