Here you'll see the positions of Pluto marked with small lines. The animation will change the current position's line blue and then rotate back through.
Optics: Meade LXD55 6" Schmidt Newtonian OTA
Mount: CGE mount on JMI Wheely Bars
Camera: Canon XTi with Hutech LP Filter (LPS-P2-FF)
Focusing Aid: STI focuser
Shutter control: Hap Griffin long exposure cable
Guiding: DMK21AF04 with a piggybacked 4" SkyWatcher via PHD and ASCOM drivers
Operating System: WinXP Lenovo T61
Pre-Processing: Iris per automated Jim Solomon's Cookbook
Animation made with Gimp.
I also found it interesting that Pluto at magnitude 14 is pretty bright (other stars are 15-16 or fainter). Pluto is over 4.7 Billion Kilometers away or nearly 3 Billion Miles.
I wish I could find a way to balance the background across the varying nights conditions. The last night I fought the tree tops!