I'm working on a build that looks like this:
Haas-Bioroid: Engineering the Future
3x Accelerated Beta Test
1x Corporate Sales Team
2x Global Food Initiative ●●
3x Project Vitruvius
3x Adonis Campaign
2x Eve Campaign
3x Jackson Howard ●●●
3x Ash 2X3ZB9CY
3x Breaker Bay Grid
1x Caprice Nisei ●●●●
1x Cyberdex Virus Suite
1x Biotic Labor
2x Friends in High Places
3x Hedge Fund
1x Eli 1.0
2x Wall of Static
Code Gate (7)
2x Fairchild 3.0
2x Lotus Field ●●
2x Ichi 1.0
1x Sherlock 2.0
11 influence spent (max 15, available 4)
20 agenda points (between 20 and 21)
49 cards (min 45)
Cards up to Quorum
Deck built on https://netrunnerdb.com.
I don't really like AAL in Foodcoats, it makes R&D too porous and offers too little value compared to BBG/Eve.
My list has too many tech cards. It can still win games, but it needs to be tuned better.
Foxfire (for ICE Carver and Net Mercur) is largely meta-dependent. If you see a lot of stealth shaper, you may want to swap the FiHP for AM to recur the firefox.
2x Macrophage + CVS is dumb...unless you test in a meta that is 100% AndySucker and TemuWhizz. If runners aren't looking for free runs to feed sucker counters, you can go down to 1x CVS/Macrophage pretty easily.
I'm not crazy about barriers lately, since paperclip breaks them all so cheaply. I'm on WoS > Eli for two slots because I like to be able to rush an agenda behind a gear check as early as possible.
Lotus Field is only worth it if you are seeing Yog. If there is no Yog, don't bother with Lotus Field.
Fairchild is kinda neat, but probably not economical/practical. It will keep a runner out (they will run somewhere else instead), but 9c for no face-check penalty will feel pretty flat most of the time.
Excalibur is cool with Caprice/Ash. It makes a lot of scores happen.
Sherlock 2 is the one piece of Prepaid Kate tech I tossed in. In truth, I just really like the art. This ICE is neither destroyer nor AP, but it's subroutines can make an impact. It's pretty cool, but nothing amazing, probably better than Fairchild though.