Well gentlemen - I have the small Triband 8" version. It is a dedicated solar telescope. It is a classic Celestron and the corrector has been modified to be an ERF.
My setup is a high resolution h-alpha system. It has the Baader 3x Telecentric system optimised to f30 and you normally use SolarSpectrum filters or Daystar Quantum filters. Just after the h-alpha filter I have a Baader 0.4x focal reducer - and the system is back to f10. Then a Takahashi 1.25 diagonal and a TV 32mm.
It is a SS 0.3A filter and the views are really mind-blowing.
The SCT telescope works great as a dedicated h-alpha telescope and much better than most people likes to think. Resolution and light gathering is the key word.
You can see its on a good old CGE Pro mount and the refractors has a Quantum filter and a Herschel wedge. In the background my "winter-telescope" a Celestron 14. When I use the Triband off season it is mounted on a EQ5 without the refractors.
The Triband is so much fun and is one of the easiest ways to get a high resolution h-alpha system without building one from bits and pieces.