This image of the Iris Nebula is the deepest I've ever gone on an object, from a SNR standpoint. I've had my RASA 8 for about 4 months now, but this is the most data I've stacked for an image (5.8 hours, 700 x 30-seconds). This is theoretically equivalent to about 32 hours of integration time with my 80mm APO, and I definitely never got 32 hours on any object....my personal best was somewhere around 15 hours, and that took me 3 months to get with my crummy, cloudy skies! In fact, my cloudy skies were the biggest reason I bought a RASA. It's really helped turn nights with short clear windows into very productive nights.
Anyway, without further adieu, here is my image of the Iris Nebula. I'm really happy with it. There's just so much going on!