We also split a few close stars, and went looking for fuzzies, but didnt see any. We would have looked some more, but it was getting late, we wrapped up around midnight.
While Mike was working with the dob, (my skies are a bit darker being he lives in a suburb of Pittsburgh), I took the opportunity to run some avi's with the 127 mm. Here is what I captured. The 4th image was shot in monochrome, and seems to have the most detail.
As you can see on the last image, I believe the Serpent Storm is resolved as a brighter area just above the dark band, between the band and the north pole. This is the best I was able to see the storm in my equipment. I sure wish i was able to photograph it using the dob, even to get a couple of frames. Seeing was very good. The moon was rising, so it pretty much ruined the sky for looking for dimmer objects. The visual Saturn view however was well worth the time spent on it.