Right up front, Helicon and Le Verrier. From Ldem_64.jp2, produced by the Science Team of the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Laser Altimeter. 16 x 52 degrees, 64 pixels per degree, 3.4 megapixels. 59 minutes of computer time and 17Gb ram on a high performance computer produced a 383 meg stereo lithography (stl) file. This is a snapshot taken in Meshlab, with the color and levels trimmed in Photoshop.
The uncompressed snapshot from Meshlab. There are a couple of dozen craters visible on the floor of Plato. To see them, save the image and then zoom in 4x.