Is there an approach or plan for FT8 expansion vs a single frequency? I'm thinking something like 14.074 AND 14.077 being standard (not F&H) frequencies vs nonly 14.074. While this doesn't always happen, there are many times when 14.074 is just 'full.' - that doesn't mean that more signals couldn't fit in there, or that FT8 isn't VERY good at picking signals out from QRM. Buuuuuttttt... when the band is heavily populated with +05 signals, the chances of grabbing that -17 signal goes down. I get that one of the big benefits of FT8 is the ability to see "the band" with one look. Adding a second frequency splits that capability. But consider: = I believe the software could be modified to allow the user to see 6 kHz (14.074 through 14.080) effectively doubling the window. Maybe the new software would move you to the upper or lower half when making a QSO to allow for those still using the 3 kHz approach. = There's already a bit of effort that goes into moving around in FT8 - between bands and between the standard frequencies and the F&H frequencies. It wouldn't be the end of the world to have to look "next door." = It would be impossible to work out a "only weak signals" rule per block. But simply spreading people out will help. Has there been any discussion about this? Does it have merit?