I had a great few days and nights for observing. Yesterday I went through the GOTO list for double stars and had a look at several popular targets.
All of these double stars split with the TSA102S and the 6 Delos @ 135x:
Kappa Bootes- yellow (primary) and dark blue (secondary)
Iota Cancer- yellow and white/blue
Algieba- yellow and yellow
54 Leo- light yellow and light blue
Cor Caroli- white and light bluish white
Alcor and Mizar- has a beautiful starfield here with 4 bright stars, 1 fainter star not including the double itself (7 in total). A brilliant white pair
Polaris- white and faint red/brown secondary
Porrima- tight split. Double white pair. 4 stars in the field of view (including the double)
Theta 2 Cancer- small faint pair, not as tight as Porrima. Two white stars
Xi Bootes- yellow and red pair...beautiful double
Izar- hardest split of the night, about equal to Porrima in separation. Yellow primary, light blue secondary almost touching
On Friday night I split Antares for the first time at a mere 10 degrees above the horizon. It is one of my favorite double stars, with its secondary a brilliant green color.
All in all, a great couple sessions!