When I've heard and read about the electron "cloud", orbitals where constantly shifting electrons move at breakneck speeds and we cannot model with certainty but only with probabilities of where electrons are likely to be found, I can't help thinking of a wave. It seems to me that it almost seems like a stationary wave where the frequency of varying spots correlates to a wave. Seems it would be alot simpler to think of it that way instead of a crazy particle that just happens to jump around like crazy. Please give feedback on the difference between a wave model and the quantum uncertainty, orbital model (or are they really the same?). Please provide, if possible, experimental differences as well so that it doesn't turn into a discussion about what is a more jazzy way of looking at things, but is instead grounded in reality. Thank you.