The festooning was difficult with some fairly prominent ones. There appeared to be some interactions among them. The EZ trailing half seemed to have a very faint blue hue to it. I thought that was amazing.
And Oval BA is on the trailing edge. If you look closely you might see a small white dot. I left it difficult to underscore it's difficulty. It's there if you can see it, just like me. And it's a story in itself. It was so very difficult this time, especially compared to last. Much more on that later, it was amazingly difficult.
I have to admit cheating a little on Io. I did observe it as seen, but it was a half hour or so before the sketch. I included it because it was nice.
More later, this sketch ate up all my time. Gotta run.
Edit: System I 306, System II 316, 240x (8mm TMB II), seeing Ant II.
I'm actually starting to like the 8mm TMB Planetary II at 240x on Jupiter. It gave a more vivid orange hue to the faint belt preceding the GRS and it seemed to show oval BA a tiny bit better than the 12mm HD Ortho with 1.6x Barlow combination at 260x. Of course, the 10mm HD Ortho and 1.6x Barlow was lower power and in the magic range of 30x per inch, but while contrast is better the image is smaller. And oval BA was seen less often. More experience is needed to be more sure.
Also, in a hurry, I left out some faint hints of rifts below the major festoons from the original sketch. Edited to add them in. Lastly, there are apparently no bright feature in either the northern region nor along the northern NEB at this meridian, not that I could find in any images, anyway. Eye tricks, maybe. I pushed hard on this sketch.