As an experiment yesterday I played "trash all the things" as a Kate deck with Magnum Opus, Temujin, and drip economy. After a few turns, it became clear that by doing so I was failing to draw cards and develop my rig further.
For another set of games, I played "check one new facedown card" and it felt pretty hopeless to try to guess the Sensie only to find a second one was lurking somewhere else on the board.
I slot Paricia in my Pawnshop ParaSifr Hayley deck but largely because it's a 0-cost program I can use to trigger Hayley's ability. I use it a couple of times then sell it to Aesop. When I win games against horizontal decks, I do so by ignoring everything east of HQ, destroying all the ice on R&D and doing Equivocation runs four clicks per turn until the game ends.
I've largely stopped caring about what facedown cards are spammed out by CTM, NEH, Making News (the new dumb archetype), Gagarin, PE, PU, IG, and RP.
So those are 9 IDs I'm not ashamed to say I'm happy to auto-concede and look for another opponent depending on the amount of available time I have to play Netrunner. Paricia is not, I'm afraid to say, a solution to a more systemic problem.