Voyager Array is allowing me to churn images more often than ever before. They may not be top quality as some of yours here guys but Array is literally multiplying my acquisition time over 2x!
Here’s a go at NGC 7129 in Cepheus:
Colourful region including two open clusters, a van den Bergh reflection nebula and some background galaxies.
For a lovely version showing what good aperture and better skies can do for these objects see Bart Delsaert’s version here:
I am not sure if the dark regions to the north have designations but check the annotated image as well.
Taken over three nights before the full Moon using a 6" f/7.5 refractor for L and a 92mm f/5.3 refractor for RGB (OSC). See link for details and full resolution versions.