In case you ever wondered how my imaging setup looks like - here it is. The black tube is a modified Vixen R200SSDG ( different tube and a two-speed Crayford focuser from Moonlight), a fast Newton telescope ( 8"/F4).
The smaller, white refractor is a TMB 80/F6, an excellent apochromatic performer which is dedicated to wideangle images.
My Canon EOS 20D is attached to the smaller telescope, ready to shoot Ha-photos from the 'Sword of Orion' ( see http://www.pbase.com/gbachmayer/image/55729013/original). The camera is a modified version from Hutech, where the original IR-rejection filter has been replaced with clear glass. This results in a considerable boost of sensitivity to the deep red part of the spectrum, where the emission lines of H-alpha and SII are located.
Both telescopes are mounted on an OTE150, a very sturdy german mount from Astrotec, which could probably handle twice the weight.
On the table sits a laptop from Acer, which controls camera and mount ( positioning and autoguiding, which is done with a webcam). The laptop connects to the in-house WLAN, so I can check downloaded images immediately for flaws or quality deficits, while sitting in my heated office :-)
See also the next page for a different viewing angle.