I'm so glad this forum exists. Since I haven't had good weather for a really long time, I can observe through the eyes of everyone that posts here.
Anyway, I finally had the opportunity to get out last night with my 6" refractor to observe Saturn under reasonably good conditions.
Seems like the SEBs has gotten lighter than I last remember.
I believe that the dark ring feature crossing the globe is actually the Crepe Ring. Recent sketches I've seen show this dark line as being north of the northern edge of the rings crossing the globe. To me it seems to actually be south. Its also only slightly darker the SEBn. A ring shadow usually appears darker than this to my eyes.
Some darker segments appeared on the borders of the NEB, but nothing as intense as my last observations under better sky conditions.
Other equipment details are embedded in the sketch.
Sketch was executed using a 4H pencil. I used my fingers for blending.