Visually in my 10" Cave this galaxy is very dim. I see mostly the bar running across it and the star forming region to the upper left (northeast). I've not had a chance to try it in anything larger.
Some sources say this is a satellite of M31, other sources say it is just a member of the local group. At about 2.4 million light years it is a bit closer than M31. The intense star formation going on indicates something recently tidally disrupted it. Most likely M31 though it is about 40 degrees from it in the sky. This was imaged through the ice that is perpetually in the air over my lake this time of the year. I wanted to get it before winter weather caused this but with nothing but clouds all fall it wasn't possible. I might as well be imaging from Times Square for all the gradients that throws through the image and how high it makes my background count. I'll have to try again next fall without the ice but this will do for now.
14" LX200R, L=7x10' binned 2x2, RGB=1x10' each color binned 3x3 (needs more), STL-11000XM, Paramount ME
Reduced by a third to hid some of the noise from the ice I was imaging through. Scale is 1.5" of arc per pixel.