Some time ago I bought a pair of APM UFF 24mm EPs. With my APM 120mm binocular-telescope they provide a magnification of 28x, f.o.v. 2° 22". For various reasons I haven't used them much. It seems that with the Milky Way, especially Cygnus and Lacerta, well placed in the evening, not to mention Sagittarius as well, this would be a good time for stargazing at low mag.
What are your favorite star fields to view, not so much in search of this GC or that OC, but simply to view regions in the sky packed with stars? When using EPs providing higher mag to look for a particular DSO, I sometimes come across areas that demand to be admired simply for all the twinkling lights I see out there in the deep.