I just like to scan the skies in small short tube refractors while sitting down. Aging eyes and light pollution play a big part of my 3rd magnitude world as I see it. In my Orion ST-90 with a University Optics 24mm Konig it gives me 21x at 2.88 degrees fov. Last night I scanned over to the "Coathanger". Always a very nice asterism in any scope at very low powers. There are 10 bright stars along with dimmer stars that make it a fun object. I have observed it with a Orion ST-80 and 17mm Sirius plossl at 23.5x and years ago with a Orion 100mm f/6 refractor at 22x with a 27mm flat field. All beautiful.... in their own ways.