I've only shot a couple of Milky Way shots in the past, but had to keep shutter speed low enough so as not to cause start trails. Those pictures came out so-so. Then I bought the StarGuider Pro and a few days ago made my first attempt to shoot the Milkyway using the StarGuider to track the stars, thus allowing for a longer exposure time. Not long after I got out to my shooting location the moon started to rise (around 1:30AM) and I was thinking it was going to mess up the image, but actually I kind of like how it came out with the rising moon behind some clouds. Anyway, here is my first attempt at shooting the Milkyway with a StarGuider to track the stars. Can't wait to get out and try it again.