Sorry, I still don't see that. In terms of my cellular model (which is basically Bell's "local beable") the classical record within a cell would include both the amplitude and direction of the E and B fields inside the cell at every moment in time, the presence or absence of particles, and for each particle, the position at each moment of time. I think that it would be true (classically) that the record for the next time interval would depend only on the records for neighboring cells in this time interval. The classical version would only give particle-like properties to electrons and would only give wavelike properties to the electromagnetic field, but both types of phenomena can be modeled by a cellular model, it seems to me.A single solution of the classical Maxwell equations may after some time (e.g., after passing a beam splitter) have significant energy in many of your cells simultaneously, even if it is localized at time ##t=0## in a single one. This is contrary to your assumed particle behavior. You must assume that upon a split the particle remains in a single cell though with a certain probability only, while the wave remains a single object divided into two beams.