I’ll ignore HB here, everybody knows what they do (a bit of everything while being rich).
The other two are strange glaciers.
RP gets it’s sturdyness from it’s ability. You need to run remotes sometimes, and then you have to run the centrals. Otoh, the centrals have no additional benefits, the once taxing ice is susceptible to all the tricks simon talked about, and all the victory conditions of the decks he spoke about are on the centrals. The issue lies with sundew. That card is “unfair” in RP. In these matchups, the game tends to go as sundew goes. It lives, the corp will be able to grow out of the hole the runner tries to drive him in. It dies, RP is forced to go on a ration of celebrity gifts. Compared to HB, it’s typical assets have the issue that they don’t help you dodge siphon. For either anarch or criminal, this matchup is playable.
Blue sun is the second strange one. Lets get it out there, there’s a reason our steady glacier player bblum felt the need to import 1x adonis with all tutors so he could be tricky with it and the BS ability. Blue sun is own not very good at making money compared to the other glaciers. It’s ability eats clicks. It’s a good ability, but it has a cost. It’s natural economy is largely operation based, of which it’s party trick is a combo dependent on the runner not being set up yet. To grow to a lategame, importing cards that would result in a steady income was valuable.
What blue sun does well is punishing facechecking and resisting being poor. It’s bank is in it’s ice, and the typical anarch way of dealing with that doesn’t work very well. You’d love to be able to parasite some so BS’s choices become more limited, but that’s really tricky (even if you are reina). On the other hand, criminal’s way of dealing with ice kicks BS where it hurts most. A derez is just an ice that won’t work for a little against the usual corp, against BS you are limiting how much money he has to play with (while he potentially already has less than the usual glacier). It takes longer to set up than against the usual corp, if you do manage to get it on it’s knees, it stays there. If you want to see it graphically, you are as an aggro runner catching up against a corp with a head start. Crucially, BS won’t outgrow your pressure though, like how HB and RP will win games vs you. He’ll need to neuter your initial assault (to which he’s well equipped).
Or in other words there are issues, not all of them are insurmountable. And currently with the porous, early game focussed yellow decks around, people could give some of these ideas of simon a try, it’s not the worst meta for it, I think?