For an admittedly narrow audience but hopefully it'll be helpful.
I've been using the following configuration since July and I've found it to be absolutely perfect. I've tried just about every eyepiece there is (of the mid to high end range) in 1.25" and, after having been surprised at how poor some of the usual high end suspects performed, I've settled on the following...
- Diagonal - Baader T-2 Maxbright Dielectric Mirror Body with the Baader Deluxe Short (15mm) SCT Female to T2 Male T-Adapter for attachment to the scope. Then the Baader 1.25" Click-Lock Eyepiece Adapter/Visual Back with T-2 Thread with one Baader T2 Extension Tube - 15mm. This gives me a solid, high quality diagonal with no vignetting (full 34mm clear aperture) and importantly, the total optical length is 105mm which, since I use the f/6.3 reducer/corrector, is just right as that is the backfocus the r/c was designed for. The twist lock is wonderful and it even has a helical focuser should you want to do fine focus (I've not needed to as the C6 on the Evolution mount is rock solid so focusing using the stock focuser even at high powers is not a problem).
- Eyepieces - As I mentioned, I went through just about all the mid to high end 1.25" options and none provided me with the edge correction (field flatness primarily but coma/astigmatism as well) as good as the ubiquitous UFFs. I've got the 24, 18, 15, and 10, all Celestron's versions. They are absolutely superb. They are extremely comfortable and very sharp. Focus seems to snap to without a lot of hunting. If I look really hard for it, and really close to the very edge, I can maybe see a bit of FC showing up but it's far better than anything else I've tried and essentially reminds me of the C8 Edge I had some time back.
- Barlow - I'm using the Astro-Tech Telecentric. At $60 this thing is a steal! And, when I stick one of the above mentioned UFFs into it, what little issues there may have been at the edge are gone.
So this setup gives me focal lengths of 24, 18, 15, 12, 9, 7.5, 10.5, 5.25 and magnifications ranging from about 44x up to around 200x. If I happen to have a night of exceptional seeing (rare) I have that little Svbony 3-8mm zoom which, by the way, is a pretty impressive little guy. My widest real field of view with the 24mm is about 1.5º. That's good enough for me.
In case you're wondering, I've chosen to stick with 1.25" eyepieces for size/weight reasons but also because the C6 has a baffle size of around 27mm and I didn't want to exceed that. Also, once you go the 2" route even with an SCT diagonal, you end up where you start to loose aperture (credit to EdZ's work on this from years ago).
So there it is. If you have or are considering a C6, I hope this might be of some help.