The moon ones are great too, the contrast is way better than mine!
Most kind of you Jamie although contrast can be very hit and miss but using photo processing software can help lift it dramtically.
Jupiter is all down to exposure time and to reveal the moons you obviously need a slower shutter speed but to reveal the bands of cloud it has to be somewhat faster.
You can then superimpose one over the other to give a decent complete image.
The f stop of your scope is arrived at by dividing the overall focal length by the eyepiece focal length.
I can supply more detail from my notes if required.
I used to have a record of exposure times for given apatures and ISO values (what we used to call ASA back in the day) but sadly I seem to have misplaced it. However digital photography does allow for a lot experimentation.
Here's to clear skies.