Even though I've been observing for quite a few years, last night I got my first good, clear look at the GRS. I've had other occasions where I thought I might have seen it, but on those past occasions I was never really 100% sure, as all that I could definitely say that I saw was a grayish, rather indistinct discontinuity in Jupiter's SEB. But last night the viewing conditions were really nice, and I looked at Jupiter for the first time with my relatively new (to me, that is) Tak FS-128 5" f/8.1 fluorite doublet apo. According to S&T, the GRS transited Jupiter's meridian at 7:09 p.m. EST, and I could clearly see it during the evening twilight when I first looked at around 8:00 p.m. I went inside for a while and came back out after dark at around 9:30 p.m., at which point I could no longer see it, as it had already rotated around to the western limb. The GRS actually had a distinctly reddish appearance, and unlike my previous attempts to see it, this time there was no doubt about what I had seen. The best views were with 13mm and 8mm Ethos eyepieces (80x and 130x, respectively). I viewed a bunch of other objects as well, but this GRS sighting really made my night.