I have been looking closely at the Isidorus D crater from the Apollo 16 photograph looking for change. Here is the link
to the original post. Had to flip the Apollo 16 pic horizontally to get The LROC photo strip oriented correctly when facing the landslides.
The yellow arrow points to the landslide that may have changed as it appears more rounded with possibly only one landslide thread moving out on the left side.
Here is the LROC version with the arrow pointing to the same area. I marked with a solid line where the other landslide threads may have moved past the rounded end. Notice how true to form the larger landslide is keeping on both the Apollo 16 and LROC versions, showing a square looking appearance at the end of the slide. The item of interest, in the LROC version, appears much less rounded and perhaps more of a square looking end which may be indicating the threads moved out from the rounded part since Apollo 16 flew by. This may be an area to look at more closely.