On Friday night we finally had some clear skies so I shot several clusters because I HAD to shoot something and the moon was at 98%. Here's M46. This is with the 8" LX90 and Canon T5. It's a stack of 14 frames, 30 seconds each at ISO 1600. I thought there was a smudge on the scope or camera sensor but when I zoomed in on the image it looked like a miniature Ring Nebula. After checking Stellarium, sure enough there is a planetary nebula, NGC 2438, in the line of sight with this cluster.
There is another nebula to the left of NGC 2438 that is described as the bipolar Calabash Nebula. Don't know if the 8" will pick that one up or not but we'll certainly give it a try when the moon goes away!