We had superb skies here in Tucson this evening after a few high thin clouds passed through. I was able to push the 150mm Mak to 330X on Saturn without any image degradation. Could make out the Crepe Ring, some pale atmospheric banding and of course the shadow of Saturn back on the rings. The Cassini Division went all the way around. I was able to see Titan, Rhea, Dione, and Tethys pretty easily. At about 8:30 local MST I actually caught a few glimpses of Enceladus. This is only the 2nd time I've seen this moon in a scope less than 8 inches. The glare of Saturn really hinders catching this moon. You could almost make a straight line from Saturn through Enceladus and Rhea to Titan tonight. I was also able to check out my 30mm, 2" eyepiece with a 70* AFOV on the scope. Put the scope on M22 with this eyepiece arrangement - very nice, and no vignetting that I could detect. I can't wait to try this next weekend at a dark sky site just over the Tucson Mts, weather cooperating of course.