I have quite a few Messier objects, but most are pretty mediocre, so I´ve trimmed the list down considerably. Only the best are shown - you can be assured that I don´t have any better of any particular object. Sorry for the lack of thumbnails, but I´m trying to keep the space down and the speed up.
Use the links to the lower left to get to the groups of images. Most are horrible, but a few stand out...
M1 is nice. It is a floating point remake of earlier data.
M31 is a pretty good image, for what it is. To the best of my knowledge, that was the first deep sky image of "long duration" ever made with a QC. 92 frames in a mosaic.
There are two interesting M42 images - one is a normal "shoot til you drop" image, while the other is a deep mosaic. Both using the 80mm. The mosaic shows what you can drag out of a QC if you can get deep enough.
M99 shows knots in the arms. I would like to have gone further with that object. This was the first image made with the floating point image stack in DarkGen.