So! They recently described a specimen of a new large dromaeosaurid from a formation I unfortunately cannot name on BZPower. It was a contemporary of Tyrannosaurus rex, and it notably preserves quill knobs on the arm bone, giving us direct evidence of feathers. As a very close relative of Utahraptor, and of comparable size, it's safe to conclusively say anyone claiming Utahraptor was too big to be feathered is a moron.
Anyway, since I occasionally dream of being a palaeoartist, here's my reconstruction of it, based on the skeletal in the paper and with colors/patterns based on the Northern Potoo. (Highly simplified, obviously.)