Last night before the moon came up and the sky haze turned to clouds I was able to get the best views so far of the comet. Having it almost directly overhead was also a big help on the view but made getting there a little more work.
Finding the comet was pretty straightforward because it was only 1 degree away from Hassaleh between Capella and Mars and was pretty obvious in the RACI finder.
Even though the comet has supposedly dimmed an order of magnitude since the end of January it looked brighter without the moon light and with it being at a high elevation angle. I used mostly my 4 1/2 inch 500mm Sams Club reflector (but its on a recycled equatorial) and 10X50 Nikon binoculars. The comet looked about the same as with the Nikon in the 9X50 RACI. The Sams Club reflector showed the comet about 8 to 10 arc minutes in diameter with a brighter core and something of a really short fan shaped tail. But no green seen. Best view was at about 50X. At 80X the comet was getting washed out and faint. Needless to say a larger aperture would give a better look.
The comet was not visible naked eye for me. But then the eyes aren't what they used to be. I could see it in 7X35mm binoculars but it would have been hard to find just using them without knowing where exactly the comet was located.