A little while back, a couple of friends of mine invited me to join a small worm hole corp. Initially, we were staged in a C3 with static low sec and C4 exits. My two friends, bless their hearts, couldn't fly T3 cruisers yet and barely had the support skills to fly battleships. Needless to say, we didn't do too many ops until one of the two other, more experienced corpmates logged in.
While doing my nightly probing, I came across an unoccupied C5. Not having much experience in WHs, I dismissed it as unimportant; our corp was too small and too inexperienced to have much use for it. It turns out, the WH was a Pulsar and for my ignorance, I was awarded with "This Missing Link" medal; it was well deserved.
Shortly after, we found another class 5 and took up residence. Our two green pilots had just acquired skills to fly a T3 cruiser (but not yet the skills to use T2 guns) and I thought it was a little premature to move into a C5. My objections were duly noted and dismissed and we managed to set up shop just before christmas. And then.....well, you can only probe so many anomolies before you start to go crazy.
January came....and went. It was obvious someone was fueling the POS, but I never saw it happen. My buddies are from U.S. east coast tz while i'm out here on the west coast. That's never really been a problem because our work schedules were synched. Occasionally, I saw my CEO who gave me a hard time about podding myself back to K-space; but I dismissed his complaints; I don't pay a subscription to track down wh's and anomolies that no one will use anyway. After a sufficiently respectful amount of time passed, and as soon as I found a reasonably safe way out of the WH, I droped corp roles and started looking for the next thing.
I've been doing incursions since, but its only really a past time. Incursions are the best PVE in EVE, but after you've run them a few weeks, like all of the other PVE, it become predictable and routine.
So now what?