The next optical trinket I plan to buy is a Televue Paracorr Type-II. However, I have read posts from members wiser than I that the tolerances for collimation when using the Type-II are quite stringent. I would even call them intimidating.
Currently, I use a cheapy combination sight tube/Cheshire to collimate my Dobsonian. I also have a cheapie laser collimator that came with the scope which I use to check the secondary alignment. With these tools, I believe I am achieving good collimation for visual use. On nights of good seeing, stars are very sharp in the center of the field. On one miraculous morning of exceptional seeing, Jupiter was stunningly sharp, albeit at only 208X.
So, the question is, should I hold off on the Paracorr until I have better collimation equipment, get the Paracorr next, or keep saving for that Zambuto mirror?