I have purchased a Stellarvue SV80ST-25SV and it showed up Thursday. Normally, this would mean mounting it and giving it a trial run. But with the temperatures outside I wasn't about to use it visually and I haven't gotten the field flattener and spacers that I need for imaging yet (I ordered a TS Flat2 and some spacers so that should be taken care of shortly). It does look like a beauty.
Instead, with the Moon almost new I decided to go after a faint reflection nebula called vdB 15 (also known as Ced 14) in Camelopardalis. I used only RGB filters, taking advantage of the gap between the R and G filters to knock out some of the light pollution where one of the prominent LP lines falls. As the subs were coming in, I nearly quit since very very little was discernible on the individual subs. I decided to stick with it and I'm glad I did. This nebula was interesting in that the light was pretty well distributed between the R, G, and B channels. I did use 15m subs for B instead of the 10m I used for R, and G. Total integration time was 7 hours and 25m.
The central star is CE Cam (slightly variable between 4.54 and 4.57 magnitude).