Its okay. I'm honestly not sure how I win any matches. Esper is supposed to be the weakest of the Shards.
Uh...off the top of my head it goes something like
x4 Etherium Sculptor
x4 Master of Etherium
x4 Esper Stormblade
x4 Lodestone Golem
x4 Master Transmutor
x3 Tidehollow Sculler
x3 Ethersworn Canonist
x3 Sphinx Summoner
1x Sharuum The Gegemon
Then depending on what I feel like playing
x2 Darksteel Colossus
x2 Inkwell Leviathan
x2 Sphinx of the Steel Wind
x2 Filigree Angel
I usually play one Filigree Angel no matter what for the life gain. Get some artifacts on the field and four Master Transmutor and gain 100 life a turn.
I'll run four counters depending on what deck I'm facing. I start off with Cancel and move to Flashfreeze or something. Then I have Doom Blades and a Path to Exile.
Basically everything depends on Master Transmutor. From bouncing Tidehollow Scullor to permanently exiling a card and than exiling another card or bouncing it each time they draw a card so I can look at it and choose to remove it from play or not. It can remove one of my artifacts from play to cancel the effect of a spell. Or summon my heavy creatures like Darksteel for only one blue mana.
There isn't much land in the deck because I use Etherium Sculptor to reduce the cost of my creature spells. And they add to Master of Etherium's power. I've summoned four Sculptors and four Master of Etheriums for nine mana on one turn. That's four 11/11 creatures for one mana each. More if you count my artifact lands.
Canonist is there to ruin Jund and Lodestome Golem to make that one card you play that much harder to play.
Sometimes I'll play with Glassdusk Hulk
and Sharuum the Hegemon to create an infinite loop of unblockable damage but its hard to set up and people figured it out pretty quick.
I actually had no idea this was a real deck until someone showed me a MTG forum. I made the first build of the deck from all the bargain bin cards nobody wanted on my first day of playing. I just thought they looked cool.
Some people made copies of my deck after I started knocking out all the Jund decks and placing the top four. Some people didn't like the fact that someone that new was beating them. They had some cool combos like Tidehollow Stix
with [url=http://www.recoculous.com/wp-content/metallurgeon.jpg[/url], but none of them could ever beat my version so they stopped playing with them.