Here's my latest HB glacier build that has been doing really well for me - I've only lost a couple of games and have picked up a couple of tournaments with it.
HB Kicks Your Door Down v3
Haas-Bioroid: Engineering the Future (Core Set)
3x NAPD Contract (Double Time)
3x Priority Requisition (Core Set)
2x Project Wotan (Creation and Control)
3x Adonis Campaign (Core Set)
3x Eve Campaign (Humanity's Shadow)
3x Jackson Howard (Opening Moves) •••
2x Ash 2X3ZB9CY (What Lies Ahead)
2x Archived Memories (Core Set)
3x Hedge Fund (Core Set)
3x Punitive Counterstrike (True Colors) ••••• •
3x Restructure (Second Thoughts)
3x Eli 1.0 (Future Proof)
2x Heimdall 2.0 (Creation and Control)
1x Wotan (Second Thoughts)
2x Wraparound (Fear and Loathing) ••
Code Gate (6)
2x Enigma (Core Set)
2x Tollbooth (Core Set) ••••
2x Viktor 2.0 (Creation and Control)
2x Ichi 1.0 (Core Set)
1x Janus 1.0 (What Lies Ahead)
2x Rototurret (Core Set)
15 influence spent (max 15)
21 agenda points (between 20 and 21)
49 cards (min 45)
Cards up to Double Time
Decklist published on http://netrunnerdb.com.
The issue with glacier decks is that against an aggressive runner, in the early game they can just bleed random accesses. Punitives can help turn an early PriReq steal into a win for the corp, especially because nobody expects meat damage out of HB. The other great thing is that you can win the normal way by scoring agendas in a massive remote with Ash. I've found that I've won slightly more games this way than by flatline, and have won more than one game from being 6-0 down in turn 3 (from annoying random accesses). It allows for win-win scenarios - put a 3 pointer down in a server with Ash to bait the runner down. If they steal it you can blast them into the ground, and if they don't you get to score a 3 pointer! Typically between Adonis, Eve, Hedge, Restructure and the HB ability you're swimming in money and can reliably land Punitive/Ash traces as well as hard rezzing the big boys. One game I ended up with Wotan, Janus and Tollbooth on Archives (due to Keyhole), all rezzed the hard way, and plenty of money left over to win.
The main matchup I've had trouble with is Katman, as if they can establish an early or strong R&D lock it is difficult to pull out of. Low agenda density does help to mitigate this somewhat though.