I probably don't need a new eyepiece but I was looking at possibly replacing or adding a new eyepiece to my collection for my 8" F6 Dob and 4" F6.5 Acro.
I am debating about either adding a 30mm APM UFF or replacing something in the 10mm to 12mm range (Possibly a Morpheus 12.5mm or ES82 11mm). I mostly use my scopes at my house which is Bortle Sky 5 but I have a nearby train yard with lots of stray light. Without my light pollution issues I would get the 30mm APM. However, my concern is it will not get used as often because of the amount of extra stray light I have to deal with.
Here is what I currently have.
Celestron Omni Plossl - 32mm (Rarely Use. On the chopping block to sell.)
ES68 - 24mm (Great eyepiece and often use it.)
APM HDC - 20mm (Great eyepiece and often use it. I tend to use this eyepiece more than my ES68 24mm because the sky is slightly darker in my light polluted sky.)
Celestron X-Cel LX 18mm (Rarely Use. On the chopping block to sell.)
Celestron Duo 17mm (I actually like this eyepiece and use it often. Mostly for lunar.)
ES82 - 14mm (I use it often but its not as comfy as my other ES eyepieces.)
Celestron X-Cel LX 12mm (I have been using this eyepiece less and less.)
Celestron Luminos 10mm (I try using this eyepiece but I prefer using my ES82 8.8mm.)
ES82 - 8.8mm (Bought this eyepiece last year and enjoy using it. Great eyepiece.)
Celestron X-Cel LX 7mm (I still use this one but tend to use the ES82 8.8mm more.)