I'm trying to understand what the pilot of this ship was thinking:
There are so many things wrong with this fit that I'm not even sure where to begin. And if that's all it was, then I could safely ignore it and go on with my life. Problem is, that the pilot of this ship clearly felt that he was using some form of logic here. You don't fit those rigs by accident. You don't carry those web drones by accident. You sure don't use a mid-slot on a Drone Navigation Computer by accident.
Theoretically, I suppose this is intended to be a ship to stand in the midst of a frigate gang and hold them off while you punch through some of them.
There's only one problem. Know what's better than three heavy web drones, three of those rigs, and that Drone Navigation mid-slot module? A second web. By... you know... a lot. This configuration with its single web and web drones slows my favorite current Dramiel fit to 426m/s. But simply fitting a second web instead slows it to 367m/s and gives you all your drone bandwidth back for DPS. And you can fit some decent rigs, too. Like, you know, an Auxiliary Nano Pump or two and a Nanobot Accelerator so that your triple rep Myrm acts like a triple rep Myrm.
Finally, I know I've covered this before, but any ship that's going to be relying heavily on reps, whether local or remote, needs to fit resists over buffer. Resists over buffer, always. You only need enough buffer to ward off the alpha of your intended targets, and a ship intended to fight frigs -- if that's what this is -- doesn't need any additional alpha buffer at all.
Anyway, just a weird little ship I saw tonight. Maybe someone sees something in this fitting that I don't? In any case, correctly fit triple rep Myrm on Wednesday for FOTW, I think.