This image includes NGC 678, 680, 691, 694, 697,and IC 167 (aka Arp 31), along with a number of faint PGC galaxies.
It was an unpleasant surprise when I finally got around to processing this image. There were random gradients in most of the subs. Going through them in PixInsight with the Blink tool looked like a 60's music video, with light splotches moving all over the place. There must have been high, thin clouds passing through on one or more of the nights that I gathered subs. I ran DBE over the image quite a number of times to try to flatten the background. It was the worst issue with gradients that I've encountered in an image.
The area itself is very interesting, so I may attempt it again to get better data and possibly rotate the image to a better angle.
Arp 31 is the two-armed spiral.
Thanks for looking. Details are on Abin, but in brief, this was taken with an AT10RC and the AP focal reducer with a QSI-583 camera.