Coming from the DSO side but I have been maddeningly frustrated by the lack of clear imaging hours (total of only 12 nights this year). With the time needed from my B8 for a decent image, this has worked out to only two images. The one thing I have noticed is that I do have a resonable number of nights where the seeing appears at least average and sky clear for a couple hours. It doesn't work for my DSO imaging but my understanding is that the total imaging time needed for planetary or lunar is significantly lower. (Even an hour at 10fps is a LOT of frames).
I have a widefield setup comprising a TS Optics 80mm/480mmFL coupled with a ZWO asi533mc camera. (I have an EdgeHD8 on the order list but who knows when that will ever become available.) My imaging scale is 1.62"/px. I also have a 2.5x barlow. It's definitely not what anyone uses for planetary but is it worth the effort or am I going to frustrate myself to point of being turned off from planetary forever? (I have seen the "small bore" thread but even those are mostly 4" to 6" scopes.)
(I have read the FAQ and seen some of the tutorials mentioned in there, but if anyone has links that might be useful in my situation, appreciate a pointer to those.)