Shout outs to Calibreto for the 2020 rankings which helped me identify fringe cards to cut, and Mitas for having a lot of good opinions which saved me a lot of thinking.
I can tell I'm getting to the point where I need to do a proper refactor of the whole cube, but since I don't actually play with it my motivation is pretty low. I've got cards that suggest I support +1/+1 counters but I think the payoff is limited. I'm not convinced that the B/x aggro deck is strong enough to dedicate slots to. I want to take another look at supporting BG graveyard decks in current year.
I was going to write a bit of a snarky post about how Young Necromancer can be good if the stars align (it's dead, you have another target that's dead, and you have a reanimation spell) but I guess if you think about it reanimating the necromancer would probably be its second use in the game so you're already starting to get into real value territory at that point. I still think the first use is too high a bar and it's not worth it outside of dedicated reanimation decks unlike most other reanimator cards (and I already throw enough slots to support those niche cards already).
Abundant Harvest is confirmed a common so yeah I think that's an auto-include now.
Scurry Oak looks sweet. Good in a vacuum and great in a +1/+1 counter deck. I'm glad to have another card to make that deck more viable but I'm not currently pushing it. Not sure how to compare it to the always underrated Crocanura.