CICLOPS has released a coverage plot showing the regions that will be imaged by ISS during tomorrow's flyby of Titan. This is the same region that was covered during the last Titan flyby only 16 days earlier. The main attraction of this flyby is that we will get higher resolution images over many of the areas imaged during the last encounter. These images will include a number of the bright-dark boundaries bordering the "H" feature. This should help to further constrain the nature of the albedo boundaries and will give VIMS great coverage over this region.
See the T5 post below for more information on this encounter.