This is Lilly, 95’s 2006 robot. She was reasonably successful, and could shoot 3-4 balls wide. Slightly different priority because game pieces were not limited. However, she’s a great example of ‘just unload game pieces as fast as you can.’ That is in fact 6 balls mid-flight!
The goal is more than 4 power cells wide. It is a reasonable shot for a 2-wide target zone shooter. In fact, a team could avoid all of the difficulties in singulating and indexing power cells with a 2-wide thru-bumper collector, two-wide feeder, and 2-wide shooter. It’d be a 2-3 motor system capable of a great volume of 2-point shots with no deploying mechanisms outside of the frame perimeter, and easily packaged in a low or tall robot.