To be perfectly honest I didn't spend a lot of time on the moon due to it's phase. It's so bright right now I would have to use my polarizing filter or an ND filter. I'll wait until a much smaller phase to make that determination. Although the short time I did have it on the moon, features we're quite clear and sharp. As far as a more expensive Apo, that's more of an opinion. I think it's as sharp as anything I've ever used and I've owned the best including fluorite models. But again, just my opinion.
Edit: I failed to mention the planets. Taking into consideration the 910mm focal length which makes it hard to get enough magnification for an appreciable size. Using a 7mm which gets me 130X they were very sharp, clear and detailed. Jupiter had a moon approaching the limb. I watched it until it disappeared. I couldn't be happier with the performance. I'll try my 5 mm in the next couple of days. That should be a better test.
Thank you, again, for your posts. I'm very tempted by the AT130 triplet but am leaning toward the forthcoming AT125EDL doublet.
Edited by Heywood, 31 July 2020 - 06:35 PM.