My last question on the Astronomy Forum was answered perfectly. Let's try another one. I just bought a (s/h) Sky Watcher 200mm dobsonian and have already been stunned by seeing Jupiter with its coloured bands and its moons in brief holes in the danged cloud. But it is not easy to point it because the finder scope is inconveniently low down and requires some muscular control to lean over with my face against the barrel and neck twisted to the side in order to sight through the scope. I can cope with the position of the main eyepiece fine so is the answer to use a right angled finder scope? Alternatively, I have seen red dot finders. But they surely need you to look along the barrel again, which is what I am trying to avoid. Or how about I make a platform in the garden to raise up the base of the Dobs to a reasonable height. It could double as a seat on sunny afternoons. What is standard practice? I also have a question about eyepieces. I am fussy about camera lenses so I guess I could have to spend a lot to get a significant improvement on the kit eyepieces (25mm and 10mm). Is there a break point price between toys and useful lenses here?