I'd have to actually gather them together and count.
As for my own personal feelings with the ST80, It's about a 50/50 chance it ends up rehomed to an alt-az mount and pressed into service for terrestrial spotting. Not enough aperture to tickle my fancy. Would be a fantastic finder on a truly large telescope. I do want to get such a thing at some point, so it will stay in my possession.
Mine was $45. Had fungus on the objective but it cleaned up nicely. I just pulled apart the included EQ1 mount, going to clean it and grease tomorrow. Today? it is 1:35am...
It's F/5. ST-80's are not about aperture, they're about field of view and exit pupil.
Add a 2 inch focuser:
31 mm 82 degree = 6.0 degree at 6.2 mm at 12.9x
35 mm 68 degree = 5.5 degree at 7.0 mm at 11.4x
41 mm 68 degree = 6.6 degree at 8.2mm at 9.8x
These are very special views, a larger scope can't go those places.
With the stock 1.25 inch focuser, it'll do nearly 4 degrees with a 24mm SWA or a 32mm Plossl..
Is your objective cell metal or plastic?