I think it comes down to personal preference. On its own, the card only gives you two credits so is pretty poor econ. However, when you factor into account you are installing it and may get a credit from EtF on your turn and then another credit when installing a card on your opponent’s turn, it can be as good as a Hedge Fund that can be used if you find yourself on 0 credits. You can even do the sneaky play of waiting until the runner assigns a Temujin to a server and (before the runner’s next click) you trash it and install an ICE over the server so they cannot get free Temujin money. It can be recurred with Friends in High Places (note that you have to discard down before using AAL’s ability) and Team Sponsorship if you are building your deck in that direction.
The biggest down and obvious down side is it is a trashable asset. So if the runner finds it first, you do not get any money.
Overall, AAL can be very versatile in the things it allows you do to (money, accelerate your board state, a surprise install). Whereas Hedge Fund, Eve, Adonis, etc. just give you money. All are good cards that do good things in different ways.