I guess you never watched any Star Trek Episodes eh; the whole thing in Wrath of Khan was that ship systems dont work right near nebulii. You know that is a star nursery; like where stars are born; the forces at work there are unimaginable, hehe and instead of the wonder of it all; you complain about your ships impulse power; lol, thanks for the chuckle.
A couple of things that would make this mission a little better:
1: Don't have the ship be the Nandi every time. Use a random name (IE, name each ship around the Starbase) and let it be a different one each time you do the mission. Also have it spawn in a different place each time the mission is encountered. That way you don't know exactly who you're scanning for or where they are.
2: Make the nebuli a bigger threat. Maybe 50% shield strength, or 50% targetting decrease. The nebuli needs to be more of a hindrance then just slowing you down to get there; because once you get to the patrols are all within each reach.
it seems i can not complete this quest, when i'm being asked to scan the 4 cargo bays i can only scan 3 of them. i went into every cargo bay at least ten times, beamed up to ship, beamend down again, but still there's no fourth scannable cargo bay.
seems to be a bug or am i missing something?
is there any way to restart the quest?
edit: ARRRRRR, i got it, i missed the little spot where you able to scan in cargo bay 4 all the time......
Just done this mission and was looking for info - loved it. Hated it at first, but eventually loved it. The difficulty with the nebula stuff (nearly got killed by a bunch of syphon thingies, having never enountered them before, and not knowing how to handle them, and having just switched from standard to dual disruptors and learning them at the same time ) made victory the sweeter, and the transitions between ship and ground were well handled, it felt seamless, I was pretty well immersed. The ground battle was pretty hard for me, but, again, felt great to beat.
One of the best missions I've encountered so far, although there have been a few other good 'uns already.