I now have an Eclipseview 114 in my possession and have starting using it the last few days. There is a nice grouping of small and medium size spots working its way across the sun. Yesterday, the group as a whole looked like some kind of flower growing on a vine. Today, not so much, with the flower morphing into a triangle. A couple days before, what is now the larger grouping was three distinct spots of medium size with lots of little stuff below them.
I want to encourage anyone with a white light filter for their scope(s) to check out this group as it morphs into different shapes. In the upside-down and backwards view of a Newtonian, the group is currently in the lower right quadrant of the solar disks view, approaching the mid-line of the sun.
This scope is proving to be a nice one. I did paint the open end ring flat black inside, instead of the original yellow of the plastic. This eliminated quite a bit of glare I was experiencing with the Moon. Views of Jupiter are quite satisfactory for an f/4, 4.5 inch Newtonian. I have not actually checked out its collimation yet. It seems to be doing nicely. I will make sure it is spot on before testing it on any double stars.