I do have an eclectic mix of eyepieces..
For powers I think I have the bases covered for the most part...
Powers based on F/10 2000FL SCT-considering that and also possibly buying an APM 152mm F/7.9
9mm 68deg Long Perng-Levenhuk ER-20 (220X) - Planetary and double stars only, moon terminator cruiser...maybe a quick view of Orion at close up
11mm 82deg Explore Scientific (180X) - Planetary, planetary nebulae and most globular clusters, as well as core detail on Globular program(use it with the Astronomical League Globular Program)
14mm 76deg Baader Morpheus (140X) - Nebulae and some more easily seen galaxies. Also a good moon cruiser, also a good one for globulars
22mm 70deg Olivon/Barsta (90X) - This eyepiece is normally my starting point for alignment as well as my primary outreach do-it-all eyepiece.
30mm 82deg Explore Scientific (67X) - My favorite eyepiece to use. Its a great low power unit. Double Cluster, NGC457 as well as other larger open clusters. Multi-galaxy areas, larger nebulae
I'm looking for suggestions on where I should put my money. Should I put it in the higher power end. i.e. getting another 8-9mm Morpheus/Delos/Other Suggestion or maybe should I focus on the lower power such as a 17-20mm Morpheus/Delos/Other Suggestions? I do wear glasses, but still find 15mm eye relief satisfactory in most cases so i'm ok 15+I think although more is better
For planetary sharpness what is the best option? Should I just sacrifice eye relief and get a Brandon or Takahashi Orthoscopic? Are these a better bet than trying to get an expensive unit for this high a power?
If I had optimal seeing conditions and no light pollution i'd probably go with a 8-9mm, but thinking about covering a wider range of common observations may make more sense to go to the 17-20mm?