On the Corp side: Weyland BoN is getting hype but as far as I see no one’s cracked it. Argus is still performing well, especially with Temujin encouraging runs, but at the same time suffers because Temujin makes runners rich enough to dodge the traces. Other Weyland IDs haven’t been doing too much, though Hot Tub Gagarin, Blue Sun, and Good Ole’ Murder BABW still exist.
HB ETF is still one of the best decks you can pilot. Rumor Mill has hit Ash and Jeeves, but they can get out from under it using FA tools. Lots of money and not many frills is still good.
Jinteki PE is the same as it always is. RP is even more dead now, IG is still a very powerful deck, though I’ve been seeing more Hinkes kill style instead of a BioLock build. Palana has been hit very hard by Rumor Mill since it hits literally everything they can do to keep a Runner out of a server that they try to score 4/2’s out of. Other Jinteki IDs aren’t on my radar.
NBN is still a menace, Sync EoI and CtM AssetSpam being the biggest bogeymen on the block. NEH still exists, though the Astro nerf may have finally dethroned this deck. I’ve also seen a couple of Spark and Sol builds floating around. Honestly the only NBN IDs I don’t see are TWIY* and Making News.
For Runners: @TheBigBoy updated Dumblefork to fit new MWL and it’s still powerful, perhaps not as much as it used to be, but still very good. DLR MaxX took down NA Champs, courtesy of Dan again, but it’s a powerful deck in its own right, not just in his hands.
Rebirth Andy is seeing some popularity due to Temujin. Otherwise, Criminals have a hard time still. Temujin has done some work to revitalize Leela, Gabe, and Andy though.
Shapers is pretty much Nexus Kate, PPVP Kate (it’s back!), Apoc Kate, and Hayley Cameras. About that order power-level, too, though they are all roughly the same power, Hayley takes the longest to set up and thus the faster Corps tend to beat her before she locks the game down.
Sunny is making surprise appearances, brought out by the restriction of Astro and the surging of trace strategies from NBN. She’s still way too slow to take on even the slower FA offered by HB EtF.
This is my read on the meta. It may not be accurate.