There was suppose to be a quad transit tonight. I was just too tired to capture this event. So I imaged Rhea (right) and Dione (left) as they approach Saturn. Later on, Mimas and Enceladus joined the two ice moons to transit Saturn.
The most prominent feature is the dark elongated barge on the SEBn. You can see it moving in the animation below. The SEB is also very well resolved. Note the faint reddish belt forming just below the ring shadow! Also the interesting white band between this belt and the SEB.
The rings seem to be getting wider by the day. The Cassini division is now very prominent.
Check out my animation at: