Some quick comments:
Singularity: I do plan on running one copy and have a sneaking suspicion that whenever I'll play it, it'll actually be really awesome. Of course, I won't always play it, but hey - such is the nature of Anarch events
Savoir-Faire: This thing is really awesome for the Prof. If you run it, you won't get screwed over by drawing that one program you actually needed to install mid-run. I'd even go as far as to use my first SMC to get it on the table.
Fall Guy: The best use here is probably keeping NACH alive (and possibly Source, if you're feeling super-rich and want to pay $3 to steal an agenda multiple times).
Paintbrush: I feel like this card will end up being too fiddly to set up, simply because it's 2 MU. It basically means I need to have like a CyberSolutions mem chip out if I actually want to run some programs with it. A crypsis for 3 MU probably wouldn't be so good. Breaking Ichi (and Archer, with a little setup) with Morning Star is definitely going to be hilarious, though
Lucky Find: I feel like this card really, really should have been red (man, that would have made Liberated Account so much better!)
Reclamation Order: This is positively insane in a Cerebral Imaging deck that also runs three Archiveds. You can basically replay your three Restructures and Biotics all day long. I wouldn't play it instead of AM, though. As for other uses, I really really want to make a deck that uses three Neural EMPs, Reclamation Orders and extra clicks to kill someone unexpectedly
Corporate Shuffle: Essentially, it breaks RnD lock way better, avoiding the effect of getting you closer to decking yourself that Jackson does. If someone played Executive Retreat, this feels like a better version of the same effect.
Hive: Its worst feature is that it makes Eli weaker, because everyone and their mother will now play Morningstar. Time to break out Heimy 2, I guess.
Caprice: A lot's been said about her (and I agree with most of it), I feel she's similar to a trap card though - brutal if she makes it into play, with the best counterplay being to dig her out of RnD. Seems to me like she makes Interns mandatory (or at least very desired) to get the most value out of her.
(I'm most looking forward to using her in Stronger Together, actually. Taxing brought to a new extreme!)