Specific improvements, please.
By specific they'd say stuff such as "faster, more maneuverable, deadlier" and occasionally a gimmick.
Which was done by the Empire, although after Endor but not, IIRC, during the era you speak of.
And the Remnant is in this scenario.
To what extent?
To a great enough extent to be worth reconfiguring their factories to produce that newer and likely more expensive weapon.
Which are better to what extent?
CW and OT era tech are viewed as outdated, even to the untrained eye.
Which won't help.
Because you say so?
Points for that one, I guess.
They don't. They're like B-2 stealth bombers IN SPACE.
More like tactical stealth fighter-bombers piloted by supernatural humans in space.
Imperial 501st Legion.
Eventually even the clones in the 501st were being replaced by clones from various genetic templates that weren't as competent as Jango's genes.
IIRC, during the OT Yoda could not clearly see much of the future at all despite knowing exactly who and what Sidious is.
Failed due to incompetence or otherwise?
The crew followed Caedus's orders and instructions and yet failed.
"Dude, look, scum!"
Stealth X's are about as fast as X wings and have stealth systems. If it were as easy as you claim, why did star destroyers have such difficulty in fending off X wings?
Unless they attempt a boarding during a large fleet engagement, the above is likely to occur.
LOTF disproves that idea.
Because they had the Council with them, which means that while you can do it to one ship that fast, it is not a reliable tactic over time.
Actually, if done properly it is.
1. There would be a big morale drop to the imperials when they know that they can be pwned almost any moment.
2. Stealth tracking computers and heightened alert would be implemented. The former takes power, the latter takes sleep and crew.
3. Capturing flag ships could be vital.
1. The Falcon hid in a sensor blind spot, idiot. And as said, Stealth X's are hard to see, but not in anyways cloaked. And any computer capable of dealing with visual information (Astromechs, protocol droids, the list is nearly endless in SW) could easily be modified to do so given the abilities of SW programming, which can also be done by a computer.
Don't call me an idiot when you made a claim as a rebuttal and admitted that your claim was pure speculation. LOTF disproves the rest of your post; even when being amped by Caedus's considerably powerful battle meditation, the gunners on star destroyers were hard pressed to hit stealth x's.
2. Jamming doesn't affect visual and infrared sensors. Unless you manage to get obscene amounts of materials opaque to them in the space around the ship.
Clearly they were able to reduce the heat emissions of the stealth x's; in LOTF Invincible star destroyers within a few thousand and possibly tens of thousands of kilometers could not detect stealth x's. If stealth x's still had large noticeable heat emissions, this wouldn't have happened; they would have been detected from star systems away.
3. Prove that a computer-guided missile or laser cannon wouldn't.
Stealth systems, and jamming. This is shown in LOTF when, instead of using computer automated turbolasers, they used manual gunners. The excuse that is used for this and many other moments is jamming (which IMO is an excuse to still have gunners and such in a space age fictional society, but that's OOU).