One thing that struck me were the two white spots in the SEB. They were cleanly visible. I think the darker feature is a bit misplaced, but it was as good as I could place it. In the SEB, one can just see the leading GRS wake coming over the trailing limb and the tones of the SEB sweeping north toward the preceding limb.
Really, for the first time, I am beginning to see some faint tonal differences in the NEB toward the trailing northern edge. The "beacon" just stood out nicely. Not a lot of discernible rifts, however. (I think I misplaced the middle festoon, too. But, I have to stay true to my notes.)
On my notes, I noted a brighter spot in the NTrB. This belt had a darker, uneven, and thin northern boundary. A faint darker spot was noted near the NPR, and a partial faint belt in the STrZ.
10 Nov 1515UT beginning and CM sys 1 about 330. Seeing 8-9/10, transparency mag 4.5. UO 12mm HD Ortho, Celestron 2x Shorty Barlow giving 174x. Unfiltered.
Here's an image on ALPO showing CM 330.