So, yesterday I went to Tucson to find a telescope, and today I assembled it and went out to see what it could do. There are no images cause my camera decided to fail, and I'm getting an eyepiece camera in a few days anyway. I first went to Jupiter, and it didn't fail to amaze me, as the clarity with the 6 SE is so much better than my Nexstar 114. I could very very clearly make out the bands on Jupiter. I also went for a quick view of Uranus and Neptune, both were fuzzy blue balls of gas. They weren't very interesting but the fact that I could see them is cool. I had gotten Uranus with my 114 before. I also checked out Luna (I'm gonna call it Luna and you can do nothing about it, deal with it), in fact I did get a few images of it... Then I decided to see if, with a bit of doubt, due to light pollution, my telescope could see any nebulae. I first tried the Helix, but it was near Luna and that may be why I couldn't see it. Next I tried the Hercules cluster, which was a nice faint ball. Then I got the Ring Nebula, which was quite clear to see as a ring. I also got the Andromeda galaxy, with a distinct bright core area. As well as the Blue Snowball, a planetary nebula. Then I decided to see if (with previous success on nebulae and a galaxy) I could see a comet, so I searched the coordinates of Garradd, but when the telescope went there, I couldn't see it.
So overall I think it's a great telescope, it's much better than my 114, for sure. I do like the focusing knob thing, it's less sensitive, so on higher magnifications it is easier to get focused.
Pictures will come in a few days.