I made an observation of Uranus on September 19, 2010 (04:00 U.T.) using my 9-inch (23-cm) F/13.5 Maksutov-Cassegrain (310x) under average to good seeing (5-6/10) conditions. A light (shaded, 6/10) band was noted over the equatorial region of the planet with dusky (4/10) bands on either side of it (possibly a contrast effect to the light band as well?). The North Polar Region (NPR) was brighter (6/10) than the surrounding areas to the south. The albedo features described were visible primarily when the seeing steadied for moments at a time.
A digital image produced in Acorn.
The best of luck in your own observations of Uranus.