Asa is great. Let me tell you why.
Pair Asa with Jinja City Grid. Draw an ice, install it on your scoring remote, install an upgrade in that same remote for free. A pile of five upgrades makes a remote pretty intimidating.
Add some Ultraviolet Clearances. With Jinja and Asa, you often don't have to ditch anything, and you get econ and stronger defenses. I've played Ultraviolet with four other cards in hand, and drawn two ice, one upgrade, and one agenda. Installed both ice with Jinja, installed an upgrade with the first ice through Asa, and then installed the agenda with Ultraviolet.
Surveyor and Seidr. Oh, god. In a recent tournament, my scoring remote was usually 5 or 6 ice. When it's that big, you don't have to rez shit, people just don't even run it. And if they do, you don't have to have the money to rez everything - 5 credits for surveyor and they have to be able to break a 10 or 12 strength sentry or beat a couple of trace 12s. Seidr is similarly cost-effective even if you don't rez other ice.
Bryan Stinson is currently a one-of, but I'd consider making room for a second. Stinsoning an Ultraviolet is chef_kiss.gif.
The strategy with this deck is to have one enormous scoring remote. Jam whatever you get in there, whether it's an NGO, an actual agenda, or an Adonis. HQ can often be lightly defended, since agenda density is low and you're usually jamming agendas into the death remote. Second Jinja goes on R&D if you get one.
I'd consider changing some of the ice composition - Ichi and Roto might be sentry overkill, particularly since Ichi doesn't help early-game and the deck already has some painful sentries. Some of the upgrades could also be changed - a Bio-Vault could be handy for protecting centrals in a pinch, even if it's on the remote. It's more work that Code Replicator, but it could be worth it.
I brought this to the Colorado regionals and took 6th, with one corp loss all day. Curse you, Clan Vengeance!
24 Jun 2018 RepoRogue
25 Jun 2018 Owen