if you don't mind my asking: are y'all seeing each of the lights show up as an individual device with its own MAC address that you can add to an ACL?
I've had as many as 12 warm white lights connected at once (back when they all worked SEVERAL firmware updates so) but the lights showed up in groups such that only 2 or 3 groups showed up as if 1 light was a master in the group and a few others were slaves so that the master light acted as its own virtual private network and controlled the slaves on its own in each group.
i noticed this when i was trying to lock down my router to only accept mac addresses for items I've added to my ACL - bunch of theiving teenagers in the neighborhood are trying to break into my router and we're pegging it.
anyways, i traced the Mac addresses showing up as connected items on my router when it was only protected by password and even with 12 lights controllable via the droid app, only 3 unnamed devices showed up on the network - and their MACs matched the type/model of bulbs used. 8 are standard warm whites, 4 are warm can/recessed lights, and my only working ones are 1.5 year old color lights (one standard and one can/recessed) beyond the 12 mentioned above.