So the moon is full and I'm grasping for straws a bit, but I spent an hour looking at Saturn.
Saturn is such an awesome thing to behold I can't keep away from it. If the sky is clear, I'll at least spend a few minutes pulling the scope out and looking at it.
Tonight, the seeing was horrendous. I couldn't even make out the fact that the planet had rings at times. But when the focus crisps up, holy smokes does it look awesome.
I spent most f the time around 300 power and as Saturn transited the eyepiece (nope... no tracking yet!) it would go from a fuzzy cottonball looking thing to a fabulous near picture perfect image. It's amazing what heat and atmospheric disturbance will do to the focus of an object.
When the very short bursts of incredible clarity took place, I could make out quite a bit of detail considering the circumstances. A solid Cassini Division, colored storm bands on the very spherical planet, 2 distinctly different shades in the A and B rings, and just a hint of the C ring contrasted against the brightest part of the planet.
I'm hoping there is at least one night where the seeing is very clear and I can really focus on planet.