NGC 2403, a circumpolar galaxy a bit west of M81 and M82, has been an ongoing target. The first night I tried it, focus was not quite right, and the weather made everything else a struggle. I scrapped that data. I tried it again last night with much better focus, phenomenal guiding, and a successful meridian flip that gave me about four hours of data. Flats also behaved much better, resulting in a great field to work with.