You’ve piqued my interest now. Most Andy decks I’ve run have utilized a lot of synergies to power it’s run/econ engine. Typically a complete rig includes Datasuckers, Yog.0, Mimic or Femm + NRE, a fracter, Desperado, SecTest, and John Masanori.
In my rig, I’ve replaced the datasuckers, NRE, Desperado, and SecTest with Nexus, Rabbit Hole, and Power Tap (and have John Masanori on double duty). The number of installs is similar, but the costs are much higher (though the Supplier offsets this, at the cost of additional slots).
The end rig, I would argue, is much more effective against NBN than the standard Andysucker rig. Link blanks NBN ICE much the same way that Yog.0 blanks code gates. ICE that has to be dealt with can be done very efficiently, sometimes even paying back credits.
Against glacier, the occasional trace subroutine is a real boon to this deck (I mourn the loss of Vikram), and genuinely taxing ICE can be bypassed. For the corp to build up a server to be too taxing to be worthwhile is expensive, and leaves other locations exposed.
There are some situations where one rig or the other will be better, but I think they are at least comparable in power and efficiency. My rig is much more expensive, but Temujin money makes it possible.
Of course if you have something completely different in line as a baseline, then I am certainly willing to be educated.