I am embarrassed to be so ignorant. Am I correct in assuming the Lunt Wedge or the Thousand Oaks solar filter on a 5" refractor will work "good" at maximum eclipse, where 85% of the sun light will be covered by the moon? It seems these filters should work because we are observing intensity, not flux, but I wonder how well they will work to see Baily (misspelled?) beads and in general just the sliver of sunlight clearing the moon's disk. Stan -- See message header for info on list archives or unsubscribing, and please send personal replies to the author, not the list.