This can be and expensive hobby, but resist the temptation to throw money at a problem until it's really needed. More often than not, especially when doing something new, the root of an issue isn't the equipment but how it's being used. Upgrading the equipment may appear to solve the problem, but only because it's overkill for the task.
That said, the more capable equipment will set you up for upgrades on related parts down the road. Invest, when you do, in good stuff. Just don't assume you need to spend money just because it's an expensive hobby. The most important investment is in the stuff between your ears, and in the time practicing what you have learned.
I see, then I'll probably go with the svbony guidescope. Do you guys have experience with the svbony planetary camera as a guide scope? It's much cheaper than a zwo kit
In theory, the planetary camera will work, but in practice you will get better results from a monochrome guide camera. The one significant purchase that I have made that really hasn't worked out for me was getting a Skyris 236C camera, because Celestron's website told me that it could do anything, and for some reason I believed them. It did a very poor job at imaging (deep sky imaging is very different than planetary imaging, and they left out that little detail), and guiding with the camera kept losing the guide star. I ended up getting a used DSLR for imaging, and a real guide camera for guiding, and things got dramatically better. That camera is sitting in a box in the closet...