Not sure if it's possible to do anything about, but some Agent markers are merged across borders, even at relatively close zoom-levels. For example, going from closest zoom (1) to farthest (3): At 2, Norway -> Sweden. Belgium and some from Germany -> Netherlands. Some from France -> Spain, and finally some from Germany -> France. Resulting in no Agent markers in Belgium, Norway or Germany. At 3, some from England -> Netherlands, as well as -> France. Resulting in no agents in sourthern England. Granted with the marker size related to the number of agents, some smaller countries will have a tough time maintaining their own "counter", and people could always zoom in to get a more accurate count. Was thinking if some sort of colour-coding might be beneficial? Either of the countries themselves, or of a smaller, numberless dot, with the relative number of agents in that particular country by the colouration of the dot - at the least at zoom level 3. Not only would it give a more realistic sense of distribution at a quick glance, but it could also free up some room for the eventual "Event markers", so we avoid it being a cluster-fest of markers overlapping each other. Of course, that could also be solved by being able to toggle certain markers on and off, but I'd personally find it more pleasing if all information could reliably and intelligibly be displayed concurrently.