Make sure you select 1 25mm and 1 10mm eyepiece. That will give you a good starting point and duplicate the "stock" setup. The stock scope comes with Orion Sirus Plossl eyepieces, which are probably fine at the 25mm and 10mm sizes. If you want to you could choose the 25mm and 10mm wide angle eyepieces like the Orion Expanse Wide-Field, or if you wear glasses, the Orion Long Eye Relief Telescope Eyepieces to make the eyepieces easy to see through, or the Orion Epic II ED Telescope Eyepieces, I have the older model of one of these and it is great. The eye relief is almost as good as the Orion Long Eye Relief Telescope Eyepieces, the field of view is almost as wide as the Orion Expanse Wide-Field, and the image clarity is great.
Scopes: Meade DS2130AT 130mm reflector on an ALT/AZ goto mount. Takes 0.965 inch, 1.25 inch and 2 inch eyepieces. / Celestron C-60 60mm refractor on a manual ALT/AZ mount. Takes 0.965 inch eyepieces.
Eyepieces: 0.965 inches: 25mm Kelner, 12.5mm, 8mm, 4mm, 25mm Meade MA / 1.25 inches: 25mm Plossl, 10mm Plossl, 5.1 mm Epic ED-2, Owl 24-8mm zoom
Barlows: 0.965 inches: 2x and 3x / 1.25 inches: 2x achromatic short barlow
Camera: Orion Starshoot usb IV
I have a variable polarizer filter and, to me, it is very convenient as to set the brightness to the level of comfort I desire depending on the Moon phase. Of course, it's a personal choice, and some members prefer fixed % filters while others never use any when looking at Luna, or simply wear sunglasses.
Scope: Orion XT8" Intelliscope 203/1200 f/5.9. Binos: Celestron SkyMaster 15x70. EPs(1.25"): Baader Hyperion 31mm aspheric, Baader Hyperion 8-24mm Mark III zoom, Orion SP 25&10mm, GSO 2.5x APO Barlow. Filters: Lumicon UHC, Orion SkyGlow broadband, variable polarizer 1-40%, colors #15, #25, #58, #80.