Of course you'll have a backup plan, and in case that goes to pieces (which it almost certainly will), a second backup plan. What you need as well as numerous layers of backup plans is the fallback plan. This is the plan you never actually need to discuss and, well, plan with your fellow players, because it's the same plan, no matter where or when it's needed, when all the other, more carefully considered and agreed, plans fail.
It doesn't actually have to be ramming, though. While ramming has all the features of a good fallback plan, consider also the merits of the following:
- Dropping everything and running.
- Beseeching the gods.
- Releasing the hounds.
- An insanely overpowered fireball.
Luke: So the grille's destroyed? I'm going in.
Red Ten: Négative. Négative. Il n'ai pas bien détruire la grille. Il vient de faire un trou. Un petit trou.
C-3PO: "I'm a stinking liar. It didn't destroy the grille. It just made a tiny useless hole."
R2-D2: Okay, back to ramming.
[SFX]: < ni-poppy bip >
Darth Vader: <roll> 14.
[SFX]: Pow! Pow!
Clone Pilot 1: Fine shot, sir.
Darth Vader: Thank you.
Darth Vader: <roll> 8.
Clone Pilot 2: Excellent shooting, my lord.
Darth Vader: You are too kind.
Darth Vader: <roll> 3.
R2-D2: Oh come on!