Finally figured this one out. The insight planner current version is built off an older version and has a code bug and memory limit with displaying too many polygons at once. The bug is that when too many polygons are displayed, entire polygons at various zoom levels dissappear (caused by a memory issue that prevents the data from displaying). You can get this same exact result using HDS Gen 1 with 4.1 software (this is also before we switched to a tiling system and added more memory and processing power). I'm not getting the same issue on HDS gen 2 touch with 32.5 or 3.0 software because they have a pixel culling ability where individual features with excessive amounts of polygon detail will be prevented from rendering at scales that cause memory issues. There is nothing that can be done to fix the HDS gen 1 4.1 software because it has reached the end-of-life in the product development cycle, but we are planning on a fix with the new tiling system for the insight planner through an update in the near future which will prevent this issue from occurring.
In short, you have way too many tiny polygons trying to render at too high of an upper limit (zoom level). If you filter the tiny polygons to render at much lower values of the upper limit, you can get around this issue in insight planner and HDS gen 1. For the ocean shapefile, you can use a dissolve tool to convert all tiny polygons to a single polygon and render that single polygon from 20 to 34 and use the high detail polygon for 19 and less. This same behavior can easily be duplicated with any shapefile with thousands of tiny polygons if you simply try to render them up to the upper limit 34, you can probably get your unit to crash. This same concept works with poly lines and points. If you tried to render all pois at upper limit 34, it would slowly render on a gen 2 touch with 3.0 software and then it would freeze or crash and restart.
In short, be sure de-clutter your features by scale so that you don't make all map features render at the same time for the entire map.