I'd cut Semblance Anvil, which seems terrible (spending 2 cards to accelerate some of my cards by 2 just doesn't seem very good in limited)
Red is obviously the strongest color, with multiple remocal spells and a dragon. There's also Strata Scythe, which rewards you A LOT for playing only one color. Even so, I would have been inclined to splash white for the Hippogryph and Angel. Either of them can end a game by itself, particularly with the equipment here. That would be probably 5 plains. It's a shame there are no Gold Myr in the pool. Playing any early drops in white would require a more even land balance which powers down our scythe, a true bomb. Glint Hawk, while strong, does not belong here.I'm skeptical about the Trigon of Infestation.
Here's my build...
... and with two main-deck artifacts that benefit from being bounced, and two playable equipments costing ...
Here's my build...Playing all 4 mana Myr perhaps not necessary, but playing none of them is unacceptable. They accelerate out your big threats and help with metalcraft. You should never cut them before, for example, Chrome Steed.... and with two main-deck artifacts that benefit from being bounced, and two playable equipments costing ... The bouncing artifacts is cute, but not powerful enough that I'd include Glint Hawk just for it. Accorder's Shield is competing with Echo Circlet to be the worst equipment in the set. Even with Glint Hawk, I don't want to be playing it.
Can I ask why BDM thought anyone would want the new Rift Bolt for when Extended Pro Tour Qualifiers roll around? Did he miss the fact that Time Spiral block has now left the format?
I suppose if there is any reasoning behind this, it's to try to promote play in older formats by people who are primarily only playing Standard, but I don't think it actually accomplishes that goal, and it only serves to confuse newer players that they get this shiny new card that they can only get at FNM, but oh wait, they can't use it at FNM.