Left the tripod out and switched things around to add the Genesis alongside the 76 for a bit of side by side on Jupiter and a few other favourites. There is no adjustment horizontally so they are not quite lined up, but near enough. Will try another configuration to see if I can sort that.
Jupiter was looking very nice, a reasonable amount of detail visible. I could just see the GRS coming round the corner but unfortunately it clouded over before it transited. Some nice detail in the belts, and what was obviously a shadow transit centre towards the bottom, couldn't see any sign of Callisto though. This detail was visible in both scopes. I actually am preferring the view through the 76 at the moment, particularly at higher powers. I think the collimation is out on the Genesis still and star shapes are nicer, with less (no) CA in the 76. That said, I bought the Genesis for its flat, widefield views and it does those wonderfully. I shall have another tweak again, or perhaps consider getting it somewhere for a service.
M42 looked lovely in both scopes, nice sharp trapezium and nice mottling detail in the nebulae. The 'wings' looked very well defined despite the LP and no filters.
Only other thing I viewed was the double cluster. Beautiful in both, but again just that bit sharper in the 76. Really wonderful tiny stars peppering the view at the limit of visibility, one of my favourite things to view.
Clouded over and have now packed up. This was an unexpected session, forecast was not good so was nice to see the shadow transit, shame about GRS.