The thing is with the delay off you are hearing a lot more transmissions, probably around 35-40% more. In my opinion this is much better than having a 2 second delay after every transmission that was resulting in almost 20 to 25 seconds a minute that the scanner was stopped (dead air).
I appreciate the input. While I have always been an avid fan of monitoring in general, my habits from land mobile scanning (i.e. - using the delay to hear a response) have carried over into my feeds. It's apparent that the same effect may not be desired as much in aero monitoring (at least high altitude Center channels). Duly noted.
It's hard to follow because you are scanning way to many busy frequencies which could be improved by not scanning as many.
I think you guys know by now that I am always open to suggestion and most of the time will defer to loyal listeners requests. I can certainly pare down the channels. With that said, my first thought is to do it geographically, starting with the most distant RCAG sites first (ZAB 71 and 72 come to mind). However, I also know someone with more experience in listening may suggest that I consider what airlanes are the busiest first, rather than just RCAG distance from my receiver. That's where I'd need some advice.
I also notice you have the flightwatch frequency on the high feed, you have it listed on the low feed, moving it over there would help.
Gone from high and back to low. I also have retained Guard on Hi as we do get traffic on it from time to time (usually one flight calling another to inform them Center is trying to contact them).
While on that topic, I do have a couple other freqs on the high feed that I haven't listed as of yet - they are the TSU (Tactical Special Use) channel for ZDV and also the UHF freqs for the U-Hi Sectors of 18,30,38,65,67.
As always, I appreciate everyone's input to make any of my five feeds here more enjoyable!