People tend to forget how much impact Mobility Skills have. It's a nasty defensive Skill. Being able to hide in hard to reach spots is massive. The Hollowman ML is the best HI ML in the game, simply because he can sit on a roof and can get down from there when your Link starts moving. With a 6" jump you can deny cover to wreak havoc on the offense. Being able to attack midfield Skirmishers and cheerleaders on rooftops is also a massvie damage/efficiency boost. A linked Druze LGL in 0 Range has 19.6% to IMM-2 a Core linked Hollowman on a roof. If that LGL can hit you in 0 or even +3, you can most likely kill it in your turn. ARM4 BTS6 with REM:PRES and Clockmakers that serves as Engineer and Doc at once. Honestly it's hard to see past the Hollowmen Link in TJC for me. They feel familiar to my MO Knight+Seraph lists. HM Haris will probably ve more common than a full Core. Other things that look great to me are the Perseus Core backing Spector and aKB HMG. While TJC can ruin anyone's day in the hacking business I haven't really built a list that contained more than a single KHD yet. The most concerning aspects are AROs, DZ defense and Orders. Apart from a Lunokhod, Puppetmaster Minelayer, Heckler Jammer and Linked Snipers/Missiles there aren't many things to defend against regular threats. As soon as Hacking is part of the Equation Mary Problems is about the best defensive Hacker you could ask for on this side of a Repeater. Spending a lot of points on her and Interventors will make you sad against the likes of Tohaa or Ariadna, so she might be list 2 material. There are mobility Skills everywhere and C+ as well as Superjump seem to be more defining for TJC than even Hacking. Imho Tunguska has loads of traps where you end up with 10 Orders of cool troops and no proper synergy whatsoever. 3 Heckler Jammers, full Puppetactica Links + a Core, KB Haris, Raul/Perseus Haris, Grenzer Links with Interventors. All that seems pretty capable to ruin a list if implemented without care. Getting 4x8 point REMs and a couple Securitate before spending points on toys, seems a good way to start building.