Its almost universally known that the easiest way to take high quality pictures of the moon or planets is using a small webcam.
The webcam is used to take a video which is essentially hundreds or thousands of individual pictures. Computer programs like Registax look through all the individual pictures and pick out the highest quality images (the ones with the least atmospheric degradation, best focus, least movement) and stack those into one image.
Although I've managed to get some nice pictures of Jupiter and Saturn this way it would be extremely difficult to get a complete image of the moon, particularly with any detail.. This is mostly due to the very small size of the image generated by the webcam. The field of view is incredibly small; great for individual craters but impossible for the entire moon.
Even on my Quad-core desktop the processing took a while. But once it was done I had one piece of my lunar mosaic. Even with the wide field my DSLR gave me it only covered about 1/4 of the moon. I repeated the imaging and stacking 4 more times and then had to stitch the final images together.
I accomplished this with the help of a great program called iMerge (although others have told me it can be done in Photoshop).
I'm still working on getting the colour better corrected and then I might restart the entire project with a barlow attached to get a slightly larger image. It depends how long the post-processing takes.