I had set up with my larger scope on Friday night, and got burned, both by clouds and poor seeing. After only a single capture on the Moon, clouds came in and I didn't even get to attempt Saturn. Not wanting to get burned twice, I didn't even bother with the C9.25 on Saturday night, and instead only set up my 6" Newtonian (TPO brand). I have detailed this scope before on the Moon as an inexpensive scope of good quality. I was able to image the Moon (which I might post later) and then, because the clouds held off, I decided to try Saturn, since I had never used this scope for any planets. For once, the increased power of the Televue 2x barlow in combination with the ZWO ADC (becomes a 3x barlow) was an advantage on this f/6 scope. I measured the image and the effective focal ratio was f/18.3, which is basically perfect sampling for the ASI224mc. The image below is from a single 6 minute capture, which was the best of eight captures. It is presented at 150% capture scale, as I wasn't sure how the small image would present in the forum. The image is small, but I was not disappointed in the outcome.