Seeing was good, but not excellent. 385X was never sharp, 325X was sharp perhaps 10% of the time, and 235X was sharp perhaps 75%. I'm a fan of image scale, and so used 325X for the bulk of the work with 235X also used.
Tethys, which appears just off the rings, was quite difficult, even though it is intrinsically brighter than Dione (a bit farther off on the same side), which was easy. Rhea appears on the other side of Saturn. Mimas was between Tethys and Dione, but was not seen on this occasion.
I'm not a huge fan of colored filters, but I did try out a red (25A), which was too dark, and a yellow (K2), which increased the contrast of the banding a miniscule amount but made Tethys much easier to pick out.
(Anyone know the Wrattan mapping of K2? Is that 8, 11, 12, or 15?)