Thanks! It probably can be a bit better if I collimate further with a star after collimating with the cheshire eyepiece. There were so many images I've thrown out before purchasing your collimation adapter.
A bit off-topic, but for folks looking to double duty the RC for planetary and DSOs, now that collimation is painless, I have 2 quick-swappable imaging trains beyond the RC8 focuser: DSO: CCDT67 reducer, OAG, filterwheel, ASI533MM. Planetary: Bunch of spacers, helical focuser, GSO 2.5x barlow, ASI585MC.
ASIAir can platesolve with the DSO train, but not Planetary train. So I use Imaging Train 1 to platesolve and center Jupiter (with ASIAir), swap in Imaging Train 2, hook up a USB 3.0 cable between ASI585MC and a laptop. The large sensor of ASI585MC helps recenter the planet after swapping the imaging train. I still use the ASIAir to nudge the planet to the center and EAF to adjust focus (with a phone). The laptop gets all the fps that the ASIAir can't get. After a few 60s, 120s, or 180s videos, then I swap back the DSO train. Planetary itch scratched. Thanks nateman!
Yep as you seen in one of my posts previously, I managed to get a Baader ClickLock 2" to work on a Esatto2. So now if I want long FL, the Apex-R, planetary setup, all can be changed with a flick of the wrist now! I have the Player One Ares on my rig now but I also have the Uranus-C Pro that I use on my RASA which has a IMX585. With NINA it has a plugin to slew to solar system objects now :-)