So I just got this telescope yesterday (a friend of a friend won it and we got a great price), but I admit I've never used a telescope before so I am looking for some advice. First of all, this looks like it will be a great device, since it has a ton of autolocation features, as well as some sweet options (including the ability to hook up my EOS DR XT for photos). But I have some questions: 1. The standard viewer offers 48x magnification. This sounds like a lot, and probably is for viewing things that are relatively close, like the moon, but what other magnifications should I be looking for? Apparently with the right viewer I can get a good picture of planets like Jupiter and Saturn. 2. What are some cool things to look at? Sure, I'll spend time looking at planets, but what are other some other celestial things I can target? 3. Anyone else have one of these? If so, what other options should I be considering? I have a light filtering lens that is supposed to help with city light pollution, and a right-angle view finder, but that's it. Thanks!