First light image taken with my new QHY600! This camera is phenomenal. The subs are so clean, and there's zero signs of amp glow or banding. It's definitely challenging to obtain a perfectly flat field with a large sensor that has tiny pixels. I'm using a Gerd Neumann CTU, which is top quality, but it's still difficult to tweak the stars to perfection. What's more is the new camera+CTU is too heavy for my current robo-focuser, so I've got a Nightcrawler on the way.
Anyway, here are two process versions, one is dramatic, vivid, and contrasty. The other is a bit softer, more natural looking in my opinion.
Astrobin link: https://www.astrobin.com/cycigu/0/
~20 hours of data. Version A I used straight SHO for the PixelMath, and Version B I used PI's PCC for color calibration.
FSQ-106N, QHY600PH, Chroma 3nm SHO, AP1200
Let me know in the comments which you prefer! Critiques are very welcome.