For two days I surveyed the estate sims for bots and campers. I chose randomly, by map location. On the second day of surveying I collected data during hours I did not collect on the previous, so this data fairly uniformly covers 24 hours, including both high and low concurrency times. The raw data has timestamps, so I could break it into low and high concurrency, but I haven't done that. Once again, I'd expect the low-concurrency percentage to be higher than the number I'm reporting and the high-concurrency percentage to be lower. The results are as follows, detailed under the cut: 524 sims 953 avatars, 481 of them bots and campers 50% bots and campers, overall For sims with 5 or fewer avatars there was an average of 13% bots and campers (42 bots out of 325 avatars). For sims with more than five avatars there was an average of 70% (439 bots out of 628 avatars). The overall percentage of bots was 50%. Some observations:

While visiting it really felt like there was going to be far fewer bots. I thought I'd be able to report less than 40%, but the large bot farms just dominate the numbers. Even if you remove the largest of them (79) from this data set, the overall percentage is still 46%. And the 79-bot farm isn't even the largest I found. One of the 50-bot farms in this survey was adjacent to a 94-bot farm and a 98-bot farm (those weren't included in this survey).