Jon, sorry for the confusion. There is not a special edition of the scope for the Apollo 11 mission. In my eyes the Questar is some kind of commemorative scope, because it was used by the NASA in the early days of space exploration. It is also quite exclusive, due to its high price.
This thread is about TeleVue and the fact that Al Nagler designed the optics for the Lunar Lander simulator that had a 110 degree AFoV. This was the inspiration for the original TV Nagler eyepieces that revolutionized the eyepiece world.
Last year was the 50 year celebration of the Apollo 11 landing and for TeleVue developed a 11mm commemorative eyepiece called the Apollo 11. It's a limited edition, 300 eyepieces and costs $1245.
The initial poster in this thread is asking whether we would have purchased a commemorative TeleVue telescope.
TeleVue telescopes are also quite expensive, particularly when you consider, you are only buying the telescope. And of course, TeleVue scopes and eyepieces are a match made in heaven.. The NP-101 with the 31mm Nagler, 4.45 degrees at 17.4x with a 5.7mm exit pupil.. Not going there with a Questar.