Actually I did have a plan, I just didn't run into any of them.
I put more time into practicing against CIS than most things running up to the weekend yet didn't play a single one, including the Hanger Bays. In some ways I felt like I wasted my time but that's just how it goes sometimes. Obviously I should have tested out how to fly the Torkil swarm.
Against a single Nantext, I felt pretty good from testing. It was more than one I wasn't thrilled about. Most people didn't know what Plo's ability (I had to explain it a lot) and it does really help against them. Paul Heaver said he would have gone after Plo first, but not sure everyone else would have identified that correctly.
Granted, I still didn't want to see them or CIS swarms. I been about 66% against them but against Worlds players I would adjust that down to 50% at best.
If I had to do it again, I'd probably drop in Foresight on Plo as it was my best friend in testing against a lot of things but large/medium bases and swarms particularly. I thought I'd be up against more Imperial and Jedi more than I did.
Otherwise, I brought gas clouds for these matchups. I really rather fly with big rocks but given how good struts are I didn't want to give them that advantage.
After that it is a lot about positioning with Ric, Plo and Obie in order to whittle down the droids' #s. I don't feel a good Sear player lets you get close early to him. I could be wrong but that's been my experience.
Keep in mind I was out of it when they interviewed me. I was still processing everything that happened but I'm more than happy to answer any questions now if you have any thing specific to ask.