Not a lot to report tonight. It's a beautiful, cold, clear evening, and although I've been up since 8a driving Erin to work, I couldn't resist getting out and taking a little telescope time since it's been so long.
Everything seems to be working tonight (Maxim imaging, PHD guiding) and I'm just going to concentrate on getting some time on M33. I have a few 900s L shots, but want to round it out with a bit of colour and a pile of shorter L.
Well, as it turns out, things didn't work properly with M33, so I changed gears to the Flame/Horsehead nebula area. Things worked flawlessly there... I look forward to processing the result tomorrow! It's only a couple of hours worth of images, but it looks like a really good start.