Recommendations for a low-power pair: good build quality, eye relief that is not excessive; relatively affordable, works with an IPD of 65mm; field stop that can make use of the larger format BV; not too heavy.
I have found that these criteria narrow the field of contenders pretty quickly.
Short of loading up with Multimags and sticking with the Naglers, what are my options?
At first blush, it looks like the Baader-hyperion Aspherics, either 36mm or 30mm may hit that "sweet spot", but I will defer to the expertise of the more experienced participants of this Forum.
JMI NGT-18 f/10 GoTo Reflector, "Magellan"
C11 f/10 CFT XLT Fastar, "Dave"
CotoSKY 8.25" f/6 Achromat, "Blackjack"
Meade AR6 f/8 Achromat, "Kalliopi"
WO FLT 110 f/7 Apo, "Apollo"
Coronado PST f/10 "Icarus"
Canon IS 15 X 50 Binoculars
Discmounts DM-6, Sky Commander, StarBeam
Denk II Universal Power X Switch Binoviewer
Mallincam HPC/Watek monitor
Collins I3/Astronomik H-a/Starsweeper
...and some nice glass.