I have struggled to get sharp astrophotos for some time; I forgot that there is an adjustment on the focuser. I discovered that part-way through this evening's session.
Yes, that's Saturn. That was before I discovered the fine focus adjustment. By then, Saturn was too low in the sky. Don't let the picture fool you--for fractions of a second, Saturn and the rings are crystal sharp: you can see the shadow the rings are casting on the body of the planet, and my wife could easily see the cloud bands on planet.