This is the deck I took to NBKelly's Throwback tournament on the weekend. As Omicron infections explode here in Australia, I was grateful for the opportunity to stay in and play cards online with friends. Check out Ginevra's stream for some of the replays!
I decided fairly early in the piece that I wanted to play Ultraviolet Clearance as my Corp Throwback. I had a ton of fun playing UVC when it was legal, especially in Sportsmetal lists like Maxey's Come on and Slam. In this list it plays a similar role to the banned-in-standard Violet Level Clearance: compressing a lot of clicks together for a high-efficiency game. On the day I only played UVC twice, but with Jeeves out it felt very very good. The games were all really fun, especially chatting live with each of my opponents over Discord.
The format is a pretty intimidating, but it doesn't need to be. Throwback allows you to play (and face) cards from the entire cardpool, which can lead to some intense analysis-paralysis when deckbuilding. Fear of all the possible threats can lead to spiralling wildly around the cardpool, or staying home altogether. But a much less stressful approach (if less successful) is to just play a card that you want to play: perhaps it wasn't good on release, or you never got to play it, or the current cardpool allows a cool exploit.
I'd encourage anyone to take Rikki-Tikki-Tavi's advice.