I played e3 in my Anarch deck at the Seattle regionals as a meta call and it was a complete bust, even with Darwin/Knight/Overmind, it was a completely dead pull the entire tournament, only went up against one RP tax deck and nobody playing glacier. I think I got to laugh my way through 1 Heimdall 2.0, but that was about it. and it was never worth playing just for the synergy with my breakers.
I would also say, that e3 and scrubber are probably overkill for teching against denial decks, so I would probably just take one or the other.
You're going to want cyberfeeders or Darwin is going to eat all your money.
Same goes for datasuckers. its free money.
I would rejigger how you're spending influence on search, because you don't have the memory to support SMC at all, imo. Test run does double duty as parasite recursion, but I might just take special orders unless you find yourself primarily fetching nerve agent or keyhole with them.
I think you're probably going to see more work from Rook than Hemorrhage, but that's entirely a play style choice. Without Datasucker (not to mention, desperado or security testing), I doubt you'll be doing too much of tagging servers just for the successful run. I've found Hemorrhage to be best against Weyland decks, where you can click Hemorrhage 3 or 4 times when you think they're about to blow up your house, but since you're playing plascrete and no account siphon, I wouldn't think that to be your hardest match-up
With Djinn, it probably makes more sense to play medium as your R&D punishment, I get that you're trying to keep virus tokens down, but playing anti-synergy just because you don't want to lose the momentum doesn't make much sense. And you can even judo that wipes to be in your favor, because it almost guaranteedly means that they are about to try and score (unless you were getting into R&D for 2c with a Keyhole out or something), so dropping a surge into a legwork, or running their remote, is often quite fruitful, and its so punishing to the corp, even if you didn't get anything.