For the Lafayette feed, there are times where all freqencies are busy, so yes, it can be hard to get both sides of a conversation at times. BUT, on days with IMC and at night, there is not enough going on at LAF and not enough going on with Chicago Center to just scan one or the other...it would be incredibly boring. Plus I think alot of the people who listen to it are flight students at Purdue who just listen to hear their friends etc. So you just gotta go with what you can.
As for Indianapolis, I was near the computer and the scanner alot over the summer when that feed was up. Therefore, I could change what I was scanning based on how much traffic there was. For example, on a Sunday afternoon or in the middle of the night I'd scan IND Tower, Approach/Departure, and Indy Center. During the day when IND was busy, I'd just scan IND tower and app/dept.
I don't know how much of an interest there is in having a feed for IND, but I'd be totally willing to run that one from a computer in Indy. I just don't have a second scanner to do so...and I'd need to get another A/C adapter and sound card cord. So if anyone has some spare stuff I'd be glad to set it up. I'm willing to put some money into this, but I can't do it all...so if anyone would REALLY like an IND feed, shoot me a message over the site to let me know how much demand there is. Then, maybe I can start thinking about how to get it going.
I should probably post that last paragraph on another topic so there's not a bunch of response to it on this one since its not the topic at hand...so just send me a message thru the site if its regarding adding the IND feed...otherwise...back to the topic at hand!