Got another decent and stable evening last night. The moon was out and bright, so the deep sky imaging is pretty much hopeless right now for the faint stuff that I like chasing. The brightest thing in the sky now (not counting the moon) is Jupiter of course.
Comet Harley is way over to the Northwest until way after midnight now, so it's out of view of the observatory since it's behind the big tree now.
Here is one of the Jupiter images. Its taken with the 12" Meade LX200 with the 2.5x Apo barlow, and the Philips SPC900NC webcam. Stack of about 250 images.