I had a chance to put in a few hours in Peeping Tom, my Arazu. It was a great opportunity to practice my scanning skills and I had time to do it somewhere serious. I set my sights on the neighboring low-sec system in which I've had several safe spots for several years.
I got through the gate without seeing a soul. There were only two capsuleers in local. Of course, that doesn't mean anything really. Trouble is always just a jump away and I had good intelligence from a friend that this system has seen hot drop activity in the last 6 months. As my gate cloak dropped, I activated the covert ops module and soon I was near my first safe spot.
A quick d-scan showed no ships nearby so I de-cloaked, bumped the afterburner on Peeping Tom and popped five core scanning probes. I was soon safely hidden again. I programmed my probes to take up the standard four leaf clover formation and soon I was zeroing in on my first signal.
I decided to go after one of the Radar sites. I've seen enough of the other side of wormholes and besides, I wanted to give Peeping Tom a proper trial worthy of his recent refit. I made my choice.
I was vindicated when I dropped cloak 50 kilometers from the battery and launched my drones. With full afterburner on, the battery held me to a measly 150 meters per second. Unfortunately for the battery, there was nothing around to keep my 4 Hammerhead IIs from making Swiss cheese of it. I was soon able to re-cloak and mosey over to the first Info Shard.
No sooner had I started to pry open its secrets when white hats arrived to try and stop my hack.
After hacking into all the Info Shards and other things floating around, I warped for home. Fortunately no one got curious and showed up while I was hacking things. I guess they all had better things to do.
I didn't make a great deal from the heist - a few million ISK at best. Except for the gravimetric site, there was nothing of value I couldn't find at home. I made no more ISK than I've made in hi-sec on similar sites. The ISK to risk ratio was certainly too low for my tastes. It gives new meaning to the term low-sec.