Yes, well more than a year later @TheBigBoy’s advice in these articles is still very good.
The best piece of advice, which I think we can see has proven to be very true, is that 17 (or more) ICE really is a crutch. Most competitive decks don’t run 17+ ICE any more, and we can see careful placement of the ICE these decks do have is important to their strategy and win condition.
The only item I disagree with (especially in the meta of September 2015) is not slotting clot. I don’t think there is much to have been learned from being run over by the astro train. Clot in a FA-dominated meta is an important part of the game, but there is a lot to learn about when and how to play it. If you have to use your SMC to get your Clot out, but then won;t be able to get into the scoring remote anyways, then it’s not a good time to get it.
But I think of clot (again, especially in the meta of this article) to be a special case beyond the other silver bullets. I also think Abram’s stance on silver bullets aligns nicely with @Elusive’s articles about playing learning games. Silver bullets don’t teach players better basic skills, just niche skills to handle specific threats.