This stone was one of the larger attractions at the Tucson Gem and Mineral Show of 2014. Hundreds of kilograms were present, with masses ranging from 50+ kilograms to a few grams. Many of the larger specimens still had well-preserved fusion crust. This was a cute smaller piece with good crust and slickenlines; shear features associated with the stone’s atmospheric fragmentation.
Here’s a link to the Meteoritical Bulletin write-up: