This card is incredibly exciting. It's the first program to allow you to draw cards, and best of all, it does it without costing any clicks!
It slots perfectly into a Freelance Coding Contract deck, allowing that deck to advance its strategies of churning through the deck. It slots perfectly onto Leprechaun, which a FCC deck wants, and costs exactly a Sahasrara's wort of credits.
It grows your hand as you run. Sure, I know I'll have some hilarious (or "hilarious") points where the Corp rezzes an ICE, and I accidentally draw the vital program I was about to SMC out, and I'll laugh and I'll cry and I'll curse my deck and that'll be sad. But also hilarious, and a brilliant bit of Netrunning.
Imagine running on Jinteki, and drawing ... your only Deus X. What joy!
On the other hand, imagine running on Jinteki while you're being given free cards for running. (For the purposes of argument, our deck has infinitely many Levies just now. And when the Levy breaks, praying won't do you no good.)
So, yes, this card has some downsides. And it's 2 MU. But it's sort of the opposite of Paintbrush, a card which makes all of your runs take more clicks.
It compresses your clicks. And lets you see more cards. And seeing more cards is great.
I'm ... honestly not sure how Anarch's doing for card-draw, or where Anarch will be in a month's time (writing circa All That Remains), but it's something I can see doing work for Criminals. Not, you know, good, top-level criminals, necessarily, but the sort of criminal with a Box-E and lots of tricks.
It's a program that gives you cards. How cool is that?