I like it =) Firstly, speaking from experience, Marilyn Campaign is hilarious in Spark, given its recursive properties. I think I had maybe 6 or 7 Marilyns total rezzed over the course of a game last week. The runner just hated seeing it get reshuffled back in, and I delighted in his frustration.
Secondly, I dig the Tithonium and the Archer. I love seeing those cards out of Weyland, and I feel like no one is going to be expecting Tithonium especially. It's a great secondary use of all those one pointers. Total agreement with @tvaduva about Exchange, though. It's a super powerful tool that will win lots of games, if you can get tags to stick. It makes me want to mess around with the agenda suite in my deck and do the same, since it's so good.
Also, here's the deck I threw together last week! Right now since I'm in northern Italy, there's only one guy here that I know of that plays, so we play together once a week, and I try and being new decks each time to keep things fresh. This one is based on @Zeromus's old City Surveillance deck, but without City Surveillance, since it doesn't exist any more.
Spark Agency: Worldswide Reach (Data and Destiny)
Code Gate (5)
15 influence spent (max 15, available 0)
20 agenda points (between 20 and 21)
49 cards (min 45)
Manhunt is my City Surveillance replacement, and it's... okay? It doesn't trash as easily, and has a better cost, so that's nice. Beyond that, it's a kinda standard HHN deck that tries to make the runner give up and just wear tags, or spend their day trying to remove them while I win. CPC Gen is there because I figure once they're reduced to clicking for credits, I want in on that action as well -- plus it's another advertisement. It might just be better if these were Launch Campaigns, though, I dunno.
Anyhow, I dig the deck and the different choices you made making it. Your ICE is a good deal scarier than mine, and I love it. I might make some hybrid version for next week's session, ditching the Adonis for Launch Campaigns to free up the influence and going with something that more closely resembles your ICE suite.