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We discuss an experiment involving visual path planning for multiple, remote robots in a partially visible building, with a partial 2D map available. Participants in the experiment defined waypoints for each robot to circumnavigate obstacles and explore the building. A cognitively plausible model of visual planning is evaluated using a normalized metric of the fit between model and subject itineraries. We discuss variation in the data and model fit, indicating individual differences in strategies to cope with task demands.