@gw84 I completely understand where you’re coming from with this. The RSSI for neighbors, even in a similar situation, will tend to vary from time to time. In my personal experience, I had a family member with the same brick home setup, that was experiencing a poor RSSI. They never had any video quality concerns after the first few months, but their Live View sometimes wouldn’t load as fast. Once there was a Chime Pro installed on the other side of the wall of their outdoor camera, it dropped their RSSI by 10 and they experienced faster load times!
For now, if everything for you at the moment is fine, I would say to just monitor it. If you start to experience any video quality issues or anything else discussed in the Community post I linked, it’s worth a shot to try a Chime Pro. With the Chime Pro, if you notice no real change in the RSSI or video quality, purchasing from Ring.com or Amazon ensures that you have a 30 day return policy. The Chime Pro was designed to help for these kind of concerns, but only when it starts to become a concern for you. The Chime Pro creates it own network that only the Ring devices will specifically use, so it can be very helpful if you end up noticing similar concerns on the video quality. I hope this helps clear it up for you!