Dustin, please understand I'm not diss'ing your eyepiece collection, not at all,
You have an excellent scope for visual, easy to collimate, the mirrors will cool quickly, and the two WO eyepieces are nicely corrected.
Plossl's get so underrated in the quest for wider fov's and that photo perfect view, people will try and convince you it might be possible, and recommend various eyepieces & accessories, but all in all there's still seeing conditions and light pollution to deal with, just like finger prints on a camera lens,
Your plossl's will give you the best visual detail you can get without the Coma Corrector, just gotta bump the dob more often to keep up with the target, in a tracking mount the plossl is king of the detail.
For your DSO's you might consider a 2" Barlow for your WO's to bring you to around 100X and still retain 72° and 23mm eye relief.
Your 33 in the Barlow will yield 0.85° fov and at a magnification level of 85X and your 40 will yield 1.13°fov at 64X.
That pretty well will provide you with enough fov to see a large number of DSO's in their entirety with enough light gathering to provide some decent detail in them without the use of a coma corrector.
Use your plossl's for solar system targets, no need for a wide fov other than the tracking issue, well, except for Lunar viewing, that thing will drive your fov fever to no end.