if you can find a copy of future proof, pick it up - it's the 2nd most popular data pack in the game (and if it weren't for jackson howard, it would be a distant 1st place) and it's packed with good cards, not the least of which are the ones you mention. Ronin is core for good PE decks, imo, as it means that runner cannot safely ignore advanced remotes (without ronin, the only things they could be are traps or one point agendas, so the runner is better off not risking it and focusing on RnD and HQ.). Fetal and ToL are nice for PE but imo less crucial. Not to mention eli is A#1 ice, and faerie is utterly crucial criminal tech.
a couple other considerations for the corp side:
double time might be worth considering just based on the strength of caprice nisei alone. even in unrestricted formats, this card wins games at every level of tournament play.
if you can find it in print, opening moves should also be on your short list just for jackson howard - there's a reason this pack has been hard to find for almost (over?) a year now, and he's it. where caprice wins games, howard stops you from losing games.
Last thing I'll say, if you're not too tied to those factions (it's cool if you are; play what you like I say) it seems like weyland and anarch might be strong in this format. Order and Chaos gives anarchs a boatload of great cards, including solid draw and econ tools, as well as a top-class breaker and one of thier best IDs. while it doesn't do nearly as much for weyland, I think scorch will be strong in this format as no one will be packing plascrete, and IHW will be hard to find/hold onto when the only other draw card in the game is diesel.