Imho, you're way, way better off running mimc with cuj.0/crypsis/overmind support to handle big sentries. Even without datasucker, mimic tackles the lion's share of nasty, comonly played sentries (tsurugi, komainu, architect, rototurret, lancelot) with unmatched ease.
If you're running crescentus (which is unclear, your OP makes it sound like you are?), using the more limited support breaker to break big sentries then de-rez them is a great solution; no one wants to rez archer or grim multiple times.
I agree with others above; way better to spend your influence and deckslots on special orders (and a deja vu or two if need be) and simply run one-of each non-disposable breaker. This also lets you sidestep the problem of running copies of FoN "for reliability," since FoN is a completely garbage card that you should never play if you can avoid it (and you can).
TLDR: instead of the 9-card 9-influence suite you posted above, I recommend the following 7-9 card 8-influence setup:
3x special order
3x cuj.0 or 1x crypsis or 3x overmind or 3x david or any combination of these.
better breakers (or in the case of zu.13, cheaper incluence and credit costs) and better reliability with S.O.