A couple of days ago, I imaged the moon with the 8", and what I was able to get was pretty impressive. Seeing was about a 4 - not real good. The moon was bouncing around on the screen somewhat. Nevertheless, the images I got were quite good. I'm curious to see what really good seeing will do.
I also discovered that I have been imaging the moon "wrong" all this time. I found that instead of looking for a histogram that peaks as close to 255 (but not over that), you want to image the moon at a dimmer level - lets say no greater than 200 on the histogram chart seems to prevent overly bright crater walls when processing the image. The above image was taken using this technique.
As a bonus, I stayed up late enough to image Saturn. Saturn is quite low this year, only attaining 25 degrees above the horizon at the meridian. This image of Saturn was taken just before reaching due South in my sky, around 3AM.