I've been running a similar build out of Bios-- like CT, her ID is good for setting up combo-y stuff.
I really like your idea of using Exclusive Party (process automations 4-9), and Brahman is a cool breaker choice for a deck with so much built-in draw. Plus, it stretches out the uses of Modded. Very nice.
I personally like event-based multi-access (indexing, legwork, mad dash, freedom through equality) because I have found that my econ runs a little dry for making repeated runs, and it sets up plays like Day Job -> Mad Dash that can swing the game. You could maybe make space by dropping Armitage, if that was something you were interested in trying out.
Not sure if you need the third Levy-- could become a SoT if you have it mainly for insurance (which can be used for other stuff or to re-establish your comet train if you have a levy in hand). If you find that you frequently burn through your whole deck multiple times in a game, then of course it makes sense.
I like playing LLDS memory diamond primarily for the +1 hand size. I think you could make the case that lots of draw + big hand size has some advantages over feedback filter-- makes it easier to manage draw-heavy turns, and if you don't have a lot of can't-lose cards in hand, i suspect that 3 credits per net damage will be a steeper price (in terms of clicks) than drawing cards.
Excited to see this build, I'm definitely going to try adapting some of the ideas in here.
Ayla "Bios" Rahim: Simulant Specialist (Terminal Directive)
15 influence spent (max 15, available 0)
45 cards (min 45)
Cards up to Revised Core Set
Deck built on NetrunnerDB.