The G-7 drawn redistricting map that will probably be it.
G-7 state map.
G-7 metro map.
Democrat Jim Marshall's district is the one that is changed the most. The current 3rd focuses on Middle Georgia. The new district stretches from Colquitt County, near the Florida border, to Newton County, east of Atlanta.
Living in South Georgia, I preferred the Franklin map, with some necessary tweaking for incumbents. Of the 13 congressional districts, we had three South and Middle Georgia districts, with District 1 including both Savannah and Glynn, Georgia's two port cities, in one district as it is now, and which is good.
Jim Marshall's present Middle Georgia district was the district that did all the changing to accomodate the remaining 12. As proposed, it replaces the 12th district as being a district that is long and narrow, going from deep South Georgia to close to Atlanta as noted above, comparable in length to the present 12th district that goes from Savannah to Athens.