A neat thing about the card, at least for me as a novice, is the way it encourages me to play differently.
Kind of like how playing Desperado encourages a player to run, Restructure encourages a player to play with a totally different "bank". Instead of hanging out around 8 in my NBN Fast Advance, just good enough for rezzing my Tollbooth, San San or Biotic Labor - Restructure has encouraged me to take my time, relax, and get myself up around 15, 20, possibly 25 credits before starting to Fast Advance.
In order to to this, I'm learning ways to protect HQ and R&D while holding off on rezzing ICE, mostly using Anonymous Tip and stupid Jackson Howard tricks that I probably wouldn't have tried otherwise. Then, having all those additional credits has changed the way I play certain cards, Draco being the most notable example.
Adding Restructure, even without making any other changes to a decklist, teaches a new way to run a deck. That's a pretty cool thing for a card to do.