Last night seemed like the first chance for decent conditions since the new year. The (new) C9,25 was set up on the AVX at 23:00 and half an hour later it was polar aligned and ready. Attempted to fine tune my collimation using Metaguide and got a fairly even pattern. Occuppied myself with some lunar viewing (amazing!) and covered up the scope by 00:30 in anticipation of dawn. Got up at 04:00 and headed outside. Upon aiming at Jupiter I immediately could see that conditions were far from expected. A very high frequency blurring was prevailing but some fleeting moments of good seeing could be glipmsed. Initiated FC's autoguider and autorun features and awaited patiently for that good window to press "start". I gathered a total of 47 captures of mostly mediocre results apart from two short sessions, one early and one near the end.