The data looks quite good.
May I give some critique though....
During processing, you clipped the black point of the image. Making the brighter stars quite blobby and the dark dusty bits too dark.
There is also a blue cast over the image.
I had a play with the image in CS3 and managed to tone it down by adjust the blue channel in curves.
I could tone down the clipping in curves as well, but you will be able to do a proper job of that by doing a full repro.
You did really well on the Doodad
Keeping the little Globular Cluster under control.
If you do a repro, keep an eye on that open cluster at the centre top. If it starts getting blown out, back off a bit.
Next time you image this region, try knocking the f stop up to F4 and the ISO down to ISO400. You'll achieve tighter stars and more subtle detail to the image. (yes, you'll have to take more subs, but it's really worth it )