To get the best out of a good telescope, you need to buy good eyepieces
When I bought my telescope last year (a SkyWatcher 200/1000 PDS), I was considering the eyepiece and accessory kits available, and the SkyWatcher Ultra Wide Panorama Eyepiece Kit was recommended. It was not cheap ($765 for three eyepieces). But it was well worth it. This set contains a 23 mm 2” eyepiece and a 15 mm and a 7mm 1.25” eyepieces. The 23 mm eyepiece in particular is a thing of beauty, and it is huge. But they all offer incredible fields of view, eye relief, comfort, and images. And any doubt as to whether I needed to have bought them was removed when I compared the views through the 23mm eyepiece in this set with the views through the 25 mm Plossl eyepiece that came with the telescope. One of the most unfortunate aspects of the telescope market today is the quality telescopes are often shipped with inferior eyepieces. And this degrades the image. It’s like buying a brand new Rolls Royce with worn tyres. So I advise anyone buying a new telescope to also invest in a set of decent eyepieces. And you can’t go wrong with these. Just make sure your telescope will take both 2” and 1.25” eyepieces.