You've just asked for one of the hardest combos to break through. Here is an example at 23 credits and pretty much every card you possibly need already in hand.
BL 4 ****
BL 8 *****
SFMM(JH JH JH) 9 ****
PS 10 ***
res JH, use, res another.
If 1 is councilmanned:
AD (SFMM(EC, GFI, PV), BL, SFSS(EC)) (overwriting JH)
AD (SFMM(EC, GFI), BL, SFSS(EC))
if the corp pops eden shard here, play from hand anything that isn't SFSS: Three scenarios here, 16, (** with EC at 2)/(***with EC at 0 but SFSS in hand)/(**** with EC at 2 and eden)
Use JH, res another if not previous councilmanned, install PV over if it was.
AD(SFSS(EC), BL, interns(JH)), and use 3rd JH. 21 **(EC4)/***(EC2+SFSS in hand)/****(EC4+eden on board).. or they might make you draw here: Definitely have to play BL and interns if they do:
*(EC4)/***(EC2+SFSS in hand)
3 main scenarios here:
a) Eden shard on table, but EC has 4 adv and you have 4 clicks.
b) Eden shard is used, but you have 3 clicks and SFSS in hand with EC on 2 adv.
c) Eden shard is used, but you have 1 click and EC at 4 adv.
Its pretty clear that b becomes c if you use SFSS on the EC.
a) Eden shard still on table:
advance GFI, advance GFI, 23 **
score EC, take clicks 23 *****
SFKx3(GFI, PV) for the win. 23 ***
b) If eden shard isn't on table, 3rd jackson can be used without losing:
Score EC, take clicks 21 ****
AD (SFSS(GFI), spare, spare) 21 ***
SFK x 3 (GFI, PV) for the win. 21