The festooning is so very soft, really hard to make anything of it. As pure luck would have it, there come those three ovals, again.
The NEB is the most complex as I have seen it. Very hard to get right. Rifts and finger like extensions everywhere.
The north is beautiful as ever, a little more dark cloud visible and (trusting the glimpse) maybe even a lighter spot. I suspect that was LRS-1, or the cloud concentration preceding it, leaving the picture. I don't think LRS-1 would have been visible at this point.
GRS looked very dark, kind of dull. The wake was alright, one or two pretty bright features, some streaks. On the trailing limb, there seemed to be some patchy blue streaks along the northern border.
The STeB was seen pretty much across the disc, with a couple of slightly darker concentrations. The SSTeZ seemed to broaden near the trailing limb.
Seeing was Ant II mostly, (edit: 260x) with OU 12mm HD Ortho and 1.6x shorty Barlow. Transparency was excellent (held E and F Trap continuously, that was sweet) with a waning gibbous moon.
EDIT: Dec 21 at 1600UT puts System I at 345 and System II at 267.