So when I set up this morning I saw a very bright "spike" on the southern pole of the sun and by the time I attached the camera it was already gone (yeah Rick, I'm S-L-O-W!), so I could still see a hint of brightness in that area so I set up to capture an AVI every 60 seconds for 30 minutes while I worked with the guy replacing my thermostat this morning. Thank goodness for the Hinode Guider keeping the area where I wanted it to be and I caught this additional activity between 9:40 and 10:10 EST. Clouds were passing through so I did my best to match the brightness of each frame so it wouldn't blink too much! Also got a chance to capture some images in HA and CaK of AR2755 as it dies away.
Full Disk in CaK B&W