We present new results on extraplanar DIG (eDIG), based on high spatial resolution narrowband imaging observations of four late-type, actively star-forming edge-on spirals, obtained with ACS on-board HST. Our Hα observations reveal a multitude of structures on both small and large scales. Whereas all four galaxies have been studied with ground-based telescopes before, here the small scale structure of the extended emission line gas is presented for the very first time at a spatial resolution of 0.05′′, corresponding to 5 pc at the mean distance to our galaxies. The eDIG morphology is very different for all four targets, as a result of their different star formation activity and galaxy mass. There is a very smooth DIG morphology observed in two of the galaxies (NGC 4634 and NGC 5775), whereas the other two (NGC 4700 and NGC 7090) show a much more complex morphology with intricate filaments, and bubbles and supershells. We find that the morphology of the eDIG, in particular the break-up of diffuse emission into filaments in galaxy halos, shows a strong dependence on the level of star formation activity per unit area, and eDIG can be arranged into a morphological sequence.