My card pool was a bit rubbish to be honest, with my rares being Greater Gargadon, Guantlets of Power and a couple of the more rubbish Maguses (Magi?).
One thing is obvious in PC, that Green got a whole lot of loving, getting fliers, haste, card drawing, graveyard creature manipulation....jeez! Red also got some fine cards, with spiders, timeshifted Tim's! bounce and fear...
So, I went with the red and green. My black was terrible, and an easy cut, White was next, and not that much harder as I had little rebels nor flying and the only real card was the new Aven Riftwatcher (flying 2/3 with vanishing 3 and gain 2 life when it enters and then leaves play.)
Blue was hard to cut, and I nearly splashed a few cards in. I had Wipe Away, Crookclaw Transmuter, Looter il Kor, Fathom Seer, Shaper Parasite (morph that gives +2/-2 to target) and a timeshifted blue Primal Clay.
I am still working on how best to deal with an average set of cards. I chose Red/Green, as the two average colours had enough of a mana curve to be playable, rather than have a better card pool but spread across three colours, its hard to explain but I know what I mean anyway.
So, R/G. I learnt long ago never to stick anything higher than 6cc in a deck, and I stay religously to this, unless there is another way to cast it or its a bloody huge bomb. I kept my pants Gargadon, as not only could I sack creatures on the way to the graveyard to remove its suspend counters, but I also had the red charm that removes 2 counters from a suspended card, meaning I could use it earlier if I needed to.
So, my deck of averageness was complete, with a decent enough mana curve, the odd flier, fear, direct damage, plenty of mana acceleration with the green charms and a search for tommorrow, and I was set. The closest thing to a 'bomb' that I had was a Timeshifted Pestilence, Pyrohemia, red pump to do 1 damage to everything.