Finally someone who agrees with me. Everyone on BGG seems to be in love with Tenin.
I think after H&P Jinteki will be back in the game; it'll be much closer than it is now but I still think they'll be the weakest faction, despite all the new toys. I think the problem with them is, and still will be, that they need to do too much to get their schticks to work for them. They seem to have a lot of answers to their various problems now, but they all require deck space and you just can't do it all. On top of that, the runner has a number of hard counters to Jinteki's net damage threat and with that neutralised what else do they have? Comparatively weak economy, expensive (and slow) agendas and porous ICE.
I think it could be the case that they'll be hard to play against in swiss because you must run cautiously, but once you know which "flavour" of Jinteki you're dealing with and realise how to adjust your game they'll lose potency - making them suck in the KO stages. Anyway, this post has got a bit off-topic, but nice article!
EDIT: What I'm most interested in, looking forwards, is the effect the Criminal cards have on the game. The leading runner faction gaining a half-cycle worth of cards is huge; I'm hoping they really manage to do what they did with HB in C&C and somehow manage to not give the leading faction any kind of boost whatsoever. It would be nice to see Criminal tools finding their way into other factions, rather than vice versa. As @Lysander said in the article, Anarchs have some great cards but they don't seem to be able to get them to work for themselves. It looks like there will be a push towards resource-based decks too, I really hope the diversification Lysander alluded to happens.