I finally got an image of Saturn for this season. Now I'm just wondering if I'll be one and done! This was a race to see which happened first.....clouds rolling in (which they did), or the dew shield on my scope hitting the fence in my yard because the angle is so low. I got five captures recorded, but as often is the case, only one of them was worth processing, and the others (including Winjupos variations) were all inferior. This is a six minute capture, using a C9.25 Edge and ZWO ADC, with a Televue 2x barlow, and ASI224mc (in that order in the imaging train....focal ratio is still on the long end at about f/25, but that's better than the f/30 that results if I put the barlow first). For those interested, this capture had a shutter speed of 15ms and gain of 410 (transparency was not good, hence needed higher gain), recording at 66 fps for a total of 23,989 frames. 3000 frames were stacked in the final image.