Tonight, I viewed Saturn and Jupiter and tried a few color filters. In the past, I was less than impressed. I tried a Meade light yellow #8, light blue #82A and a ND96 moon filter. I have just a few comments. On Jupiter, the light blue had a barely noticeable tint, but I could make it out. The light yellow didn't show much of a tint on either planet. The light yellow might have shown the rings of Saturn a tiny bit better, and the light blue showed a speck more contrast on Saturn's orb. Neither did much on Jupiter. The surprise was the 87% blocking moon filter on Jupiter. It cut a lot of glare and gave me the best view of the night! I hadn't tried it on Jupiter, as I thought it would block too much light. Overall, I still prefer the unfiltered view.