I've bought and/or used a number of short eyepieces for high power over the years, starting from an obsolete SR-4 which was good enough to show dust and moisture. Despite that, it pushed to the limits my old 60 mm and did the same attached to my first 10" dobsonian - horrible optics; good seeing and perfect collimation helped so much, anyway. Now, when you buy an eyepiece you must be sure it will be useful on your scope and won't show fuzzy blobs looking at the planets. I'm lucky enough to own three small newtonian scopes ranging from sub 5" to sub 8" with excellent optics. At first glance, the HR 3.2 looks heavy and unbalanced. It's not for plastic poor man's focusers, even if I'm obstinate enough to use them. Take care of collimation and seeing: this is a cheap eyepiece, keep it away from dust (the smallest particle on the eye's lens could be a subtle intruder among lunar craters and solar spots), focus it carefully on the Moon and enjoy it. You'll tolerate some loss of contrast if compared to longer eyepieces of the same family or more famous branded. Yesterday I had unforgettable views, at the lowest price.