Good stuff! Thanks for the article.
I feel like there’s a bit of missed opportunity to connect this piece with one of the points in the Xenasis article about ‘Things to do to get better at Netrunner’:
7: Don’t Be Afraid of Giving Up Points
The flipside of this is that as a runner, you can recognize when getting an agenda in the remote would break you and maybe it’s better to deny a follow-up by starting to attack HQ - if the corp is not on game-point of course. I especially do this against decks like HB where scoring their agendas does not provide them as much tempo as an Astroscript or Nisei II, so in that case you basically have to pressure the remote.