Gosh, why did you sell your FS128??
Because im an idiot! I was lured by a FS152 at an unimaginably low price. The 152 was a great scope, but it was a beast and needed a G11 minimum. I had my G11 mounted on a six foot pier in my garden. One evening while lifting the 152 onto the mount my back gave way. I slid down the pier in agony while desperately trying to keep firm hold of the scope. It would have cost £10,000.00 to replace it if I'd dropped it!
Hindsight is a wonderful thing, and with hindsight I should never have let the 128 go as it really was my dream scope. As the years have passed, I've found I'm now drawn to more easily handled scopes, particularly refractors as they often deliver beyond their aperture class.
Even though I prefered the 128 over the 152, partly because it was easier to mount, and regret letting it go, my most used scope has been my FC100DC, and now with my DZ I still feel privilaged.It seems the easier they are to carry out under the stars, the stronger my desire to use them. If only I could turn the clock back!!!