No, I won't say something impractical, like a 12 inch Questar with it's 140lb tube assembly. A scope built at least 20 years ago that would (in your mind) tower above the rest or that you'd just like. Most of the scopes I've wanted, I've owned, so it's a tough question. A fellow I knew had a C14 many years ago in an ideal setting and it was a ringer, showed detail on Mars when it was close that would literally drop your jaw. This was before the days of cutting-edge digital photography. That would probably be my choice, if I could get hold of that one.
Edited by RichA, 12 January 2021 - 07:03 PM.