I then went on to M3, being I've had good luck imaging globular clusters during a full moon. This came out quite well, I think.
It does appear the scope is resolving more stars, which I would expect with the larger aperture.
Lastly, I inserted the Lifecam and the 2X and 3X barlows and imaged Saturn, which I believe is my personal best. I'll post 2 images from 2 different AVI's. Both contain about 2000 frames. The second one was processed to show the Crepe Ring a little better.
Actually, I'm not sure which is the better image. The second image is a little crisper, but might be a little over processed, however the inner crepe ring is more visible. It also appears that I captured an additional belt on the planets disk with the second image. Saturn is rather low in the sky for me, it never gets more than 25 degrees above the southern horizon. Considering that, I feel these images arent too bad. I can just imagine how crisp they would be if it was 40 - 50 degrees like Jupiter was.