A few weeks ago, in response to a post I made regarding raw images from this month's Enceladus flyby, whether we'll be seeing better than 25m/px resolution later in the mission"? Good question, I had no idea at the time. Anyways, a few days, at a colloquium given by Zibi Turtle here at the University of Arizona mentioned that we will probably not get better images than 25 m/pixel, despite coming within 100 km of Enceladus in March 2008 (which would yield sub-meter resolution images if ISS took images at C/A). Range-to-target smear (smear caused by the spacecraft motion to and from a target during the exposure) not withstand, there is another problem which I hadn't considered. The E-ring. Enceladus' orbit is smack dab in the middle of the densest part of the E-ring, and just as before and after the SOI burn, Cassini needs to turn close to C/A so that the high-gain antenna protects the spacecraft from E-ring particles. Since Cassini doesn't have a scan-platform and the camera and antenna boresights are perpendicular to each other, the camera can't point at Enceladus and protect itself from E-ring particles at the same time.