I'm glad you have clear skies, the only clear night I've had in the last month had lousy seeing. Nothing recent to report. And now I'm on a work marathon so it's a good time for the moon to be full.
Rolo, the only time I look at planets with tiny scopes anymore is to help evaluate the optics when they first arrive, or to compare them with others, I never use them to just "observe" from the city anymore. There's just not enough aperture to really see much detail. I see sub-3-inch scopes as mostly collectibles, not a serious observing tool, at least from the suburbs. They need dark skies to pull in the DS stuff- which they can do, but not when fighting light pollution. That pretty much leaves just doubles.
I think the only other exception anymore is solar and lunar. Plenty of light for small scopes with those targets.