that's a big if.Like I've said with the numbers, the wraith will not outnumber the combined ori forces of their galaxy and of what they've converted in the Milkyway, if the Ori knew the wraith were coming they'd train more warriors and equip them. In terms of the wraith resiliance well we've seen ori staff blast does not act as a normal staff blast, it seems to do more internal damage before causing the body to shut down.
actually, it was.No it wasn't
after reading my post over, read the bottem quote, i should of put it in "spoiler" or something else to discern it from the other quotes of yours
no argument here.If they do have the suggested shielding then yes it will be however like I said we haven't seen enough of them to give a clear assumption
this is another big if.If the Ori shields are anywhere close to the Atlantis shield which I think they are it would take hours maybe even days for 3 hives to drain them. In which time the ori beam can take out the hives in 2 maybe 3 shots whilst the secondary fire takes care of crucial weak points like the dart bays. About the fluctuation in the shields, that's what it is a fluctuation they don't get ultra weak and isn't even nearly even time for any blasts to get through, that's why the team suggested beaming but as the wraith don't seem to be able to do this they wouldn't be able to take out the ship.
unknown, the wraith don't seem to have a problem kamakazing a large number of ships inorder to bring down a shield, the shields on a Ori cruiser are not anything like that of atlantis; IIRC Asgard shielding is based on ancient, which the wraith are able to bring down in a matter of minutes, from fire from 2 ships.For the wraith to board them then shields would have to be drained and like I said them won't get the time to do that.