As others have said, I think this all depends on your budget.
Personally, I'd recommend a computerized scope to make your life easier. Nothing's more frustrating than spending 20 minutes trying to get something into your field of view to be able to enjoy it for 5 seconds before it goes out of view again. A motorized scope can navigate to something automatically and then slowly move itself to keep the object in view.
I started out with a 90mm Meade, which was nice because it was cheap, but it wasn't big enough to let in enough light, so the details weren't as vivid as I hoped.
Last year I upgraded to a Celestron NextStar 6SE and the clarity is beautiful. Jupiter is at a good location in the sky right now and it's neat to see the red spot and all the moons up close in nice detail.
I have a GPS add-on, which helps navigate it, and there's also a camera add-on (NexImage) that I'm looking to invest in soon.
That specific one costs $700-800 new, but honestly I wouldn't waste your money on something "cheap". You'll simply be dissapointed and end up spending more money on upgrades/a new scope.
High quality optics are very important in a telescope, so you really really don't want to cheap out unless you only want to look at the moon. Just my $0.02.