I had a few good PSK31 contacts into Europe yesterday afternoon which did surprise me, but their signals were pretty solid on the waterfall. Once I had worked everyone I could I switched over and tried WSPR for a while.
Here's the results....
This was 20m at 1430 UTC. 500Mw using my 148' inverted L longwire antenna.
This was 17m at 1638 UTC - using the same antenna and power setting as above.
Given our position in this dying solar cycle, I think it's going to be very interesting to watch on WSPR - and see just what we can do with low power communications when we get to the solar minimum. I believe this will be the first one that WSPR will be available for.