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  1. Have a look at this site: http://www.rawastrodata.com/ There is a wealth of Galaxies, Clusters and Nebulae subs uploaded to practice with and also a finished image to compare your image with when your finished. Very handy for practice!
  2. Keltoi, You should be able to gain focus on the 9x50mm finderscope if you remove the front lens, take off the focus ring, then screw the front lens back on. I received an adapter for my xbox livecam last week and can confirm I had focussed stars in PHD2. No idea about the main scope as I havent used the livecam on it. Craig