After imaging M106 last night, I noticed Saturn rising above the trees to the south. I believe this planet is approaching opposition, as the rings appear bright. I havent checked to see when opposition occurs (or occured), as it does hit the horizon right around sundown.
I took 2 videos using the QC Pro 4000 webcam. The first is a low res 240X320, 30 fps.
This is the original size image. Because Saturn is so much dimmer than the other planets, I could not stack both barlows right away, although in the next image, I did stack them both, but dropped the frame rate down to 5 fps to get a longer individual exposure time per frame, and I believe it is my best Saturn so far.
This is a cropped 640X480 frame. if you look closely, I believe the C-ring is visible, and I'm not entirely certain, but I also think I can see the Encle division on the left side. it is a thin dark line barely visible on the outer edge of the outermost ring.