Io was transiting, BA chasing, and the GRS bringing up the rear. Took a good hard look at Io (observation in another thread.) This is the Jupiter obs that night.)
I think I missed the NEB rift, not sure. Just saw a little rifting on the preceding limb with one pretty clear streak. Also, been noting some whiter streaks in the NNTB. Hinted at one in a recent sketch, but they just keep popping up. I suspect it's a contrast play between some darker belts. But, it got seen, it got included.
The light and darker tone interplay in the NEB is not that hard to see. Just hard to nail down exactly what whiff of white is where, exactly. But, that's pretty close. The NEB is certainly not boring these days.
I rarely see the salmon color in the GRS, but last night I got a whiff of it. But, mostly in the lighter northern part of the GRS, the southern still looked rather darker and more gray. Also BA gave up a hint of hue. The trailing spot was not easy nor steady. But, I did manage to see it softly a few times.
Still some undefined contrast down in the south polar regions. And still no sign of those nice white ovals. Gimme a moment of the best seeing when I am in the zone, I know they can be seen.
27 Nov 2012, 1600UT. Seeing 9/10, Trans hard to say...full moon very nearby. Seemed pretty good. According to Ark Sky, Sys I 160 Sys II 168. (Dean, if you read this, does that CM sound right? The GRS is near CM 110, I believe. And I thought the longitude ticked up toward the trailing edge.)
Edit: After posting, I forgot to mention, I thought I saw a small "teet" coming off the front of the GRS. And the STB east and west of Oval BA was more white than the northern sections just south of the SEB.
North is up, preceding is left.
Edit: The limb shading was not correct, it did not show the faded beveled look of the belts. It's still not just right. Toned down Io's presence on the SEB and added Callisto. Also, one tiny tweak to the festoons to get them to look as described above. Tried to give the larger ones the tiniest hint of blue away from the NEB.