Waspaloy specimens aged at 800°C from 0.5h to 88.5h were evaluated via small angle neutron scattering (SANS), ultra small angle X-ray scattering (USAXS), electrical resistivity, and SEM. The average γ' precipitate size and volume fraction, obtained from modeling the small angle scattering data, was used to calculate a figure of merit of electron scattering. This figure of merit is designed to correlate the electron scattering ability of the material to the precipitate microstructure. The USAXS data shows a secondary precipitate population at smaller diameters that is absent from the SANS data, since the SANS measurements were not obtained at high enough values of Q. It is believed that this secondary population makes the USAXS-derived figure of merit more sensitive to the actual measured resistivity response than the SANS-derived values; however, the SANS derived primary precipitate sizes are believed to more accurate due to a larger sample volume.