Having read through the Tip and Tricks area in support, using inSSIDer to choose the best channel AP locations, it is recommended to avoid AP's that have many devices running in them. My question is how does the time graph for a given network show whether that particular network has only 1 device running in it or several? Is there a pattern in the time graph that would tend to indicate whether a network has a lot of traffic or interference in it? If there are two posssible 'better' locations to set one's AP, it just seems to me that two networks being equal in RSSI values, there might be reason to chose one over the other based on patterns in the time graph on both.