Winking about the site
Further aggravating the problem of the NAG wanting to immediately identify everything it sees, a situation exists in the earliest stages of site contact where your mind is frantically looking around the site to get its bearings. An analogy which better explains this problem can be found here.
The phenomenon of "winking about the site" will happen in every session you ever do, no matter how advanced, experienced, or proficient you get at remote viewing. The thing to remember is that, in the early phases of a CRV session, you should never try to link individual perceptions together and try to make sense of them. They are only random impressions gained by your mind "winking" here and there about the target site at random.