I wanna write down my train of thought. Please correct me if I came to the wrong conclusion anywhere with real arguments and proof of why it does not work, not just “that is not how it is done” or “why would you want to do that?”.
I was looking up stuff on how to move expensive cargo securely.
Previously I was using a Miasmos but It is slow as ■■■■. For moving ore one or two systems it is ok but often when I buy modules for ships they don’t require that much cargo space and I would like to not take hours to fly 20 jumps or so.
Of course, there are shuttles but they have a very small cargo bay and no defenses which would make it not secure to move any more expensive modules.
So people recommended the fast frigates or the special destroyer Sunesis.
Sunesis is a bit expensive for me. I mean I can afford it but I don’t want to pay that much for something I won’t use too often.
So I looked into fitting a frigate and how to make hauling cargo more secure. One option is to make a ship as tanky as possible, which I already knew. But this means there is always a limit. If you haul cargo that is more expensive than a ship needed to kill you, you become prey in high sec. In low and null sec you can always be a target. At least that is how I understand it.
This means to haul something worth 100 mil you should have a ship that can withstand an attack from a ship of that price range. So you have to scale your ship with the cost of the cargo which becomes expensive and big ships are slow.
In addition, a frigate can not get to too many defenses which means what you can haul is very limited before you become easy prey.
But when looking at how to warp faster I came across cloaking and how to warp fast with cloaking on without revealing yourself.
This seems to be very secure since nobody can even lock on to you when you cloak. So I made this fitting for an Atron: https://www.eveworkbench.com/fitting/atron/7e5b3197-4c59-4142-a73f-08d9a76a2704
The Bust Jammer is for when they lock you fast enough, breaking the lock to survive hopefully.
Would this work?