Certainly one of the show case constellations is Orion. It has been a favorite of mine since I could identify it when I was still in single digits. Almost all the time spent in Orion by Astrophotographers is spent on a few showcase objects, the Great Orion Nebula, The Horsehead and the Flame, Messier 78, and sometimes Barnard's loop. However, there is far more available to shoot than just these few objects, and some of them are quite spectacular in their own right.
Recently, I have been shooting one of those objects, NGC 1788, the Fox Face Nebula. This is an interesting region with beautiful contrasts between bright Blue and Golden stars, a reflection nebula (NGC 1788 proper), dust, and even a Ha region (the right side of the fox - left from our perspective). This is a wonder LRGB target.
To illustrate this, there was a night recently where they were calling for some clear skies but there were lots and lots of clouds. As it turned out it stayed mostly cloudy throughout the night. But Voyager dutifully ran and tried to collect some data. In the morning, it had found just four 5 minute periods when it could take an image. 3 of those were spoiled by clouds during parts of the exposure. But I did have one 5 minute exposure to show for what was by all counts a hopeless night. The point is, it kept recovering and kept trying. This will be a great help on nights that are partly cloudy from time to time.