Nice clear night tonight, at least early on. I was able to do a mighty fine capture of the moon in high resolution using the refractor (70mm). No barlow, but I did use 640X480 camera resolution, and zoomed enough to get rid of the vignetting. I took the advice from Victor and shot with increased contrast.
Seeing was bad, it was about 60F here today, and its still warm out. I think there is a bit of a temperature inversion going on, but lets say the seeing was, on a scale of 1 - 10, about a 3.
I stacked about 10 frames each for each piece of the moon. It appeared to make things a bit more uniform. There are some fine lines here and there, but overall, I think this moon turned out pretty darn good.