This review concerns mostly experiences in Startup. I don't play enough Standard to claim to know the meta.
So, oddly enough, I've found this to be a good combo kill... in HB. I don't think it is impossible to pull off in Jinteki either, but I found that HB is just easier to put this in. Running Haas-Bioroid: Precision Design you can play only 6 agendas (3 Project Vacheron, 3 Vulnerability Audit). Seamless Launch is probably the best card in the meta right now if you want advancements on things, and between some reasonable ETR ice, Sprint, Nico Campaign for money and draw, some Spin Doctor and Archived Memories for recursion, you've got yourself a kill deck. Manegarm Skunkworks protects your server.
Now, I'm not going to claim this deck is very reliable or even tournament-competitive. It mostly relies on the fact that you are so agenda-light that runners need to work for those points, and that if the runner isn't careful, they might just get flatlined out of nowhere. If you can double-advance a Vulnerability Audit, a Seamless Launch + double Neurospike kills. Don't forget you get to pull one card back with your ID too.
I have also toyed around with a list that ran Luminal Transubstantiation but I ran into issues playing 2-pointers, mostly that I needed to score more than 1 to kill with. You can do it, and going a bit wider maybe lets you play Fully Operational. I haven't gotten it to work yet.
If you haven't tried this yet, I suggest you give it a shot. It is a very fun deck.
I've been monitoring the meta on Jinteki.net lately, and a common strategy seems to be combining this with Punitive. Either they steal it and you Punitive them, or you score it and you get to Neurospike them.— Chezni