Once upon a time, reaching back thru history to the ancient decade of the 2000 "oh's" (2000-2009), I met Brian Kibler in the U.S. Nationals tournament and knocked him out of the top 8 in the next-to-last round of swiss. I bring this up both because it makes me feel ancient, and because I actually am on his level or better in Magic: the Gathering, and I do try to win hard even when playing with memes.
Having said all that, I had the cards to make Kibler's Lock deck a month ago, and did manage to keep up with his winrate above rank 5. Despite all expectations, I was thoroughly bored with it.
I know, "bored" was the last thing I'd have expected to be with this kind of deck, but the variance in play is not very wide The mana curve of the deck is such that 9 times out of 10, after turn 8 you will be choosing one card per turn to play in a glacially slow control plan. Otherwise, you are either dominating the opponent by hitting an early Dollmaster/Whelpx2 or some such, or you are dead to aggro.
Speaking of which, you just roll over and die to zoo and murloc shaman. I realize you aren't picking this deck to be at the cutting edge of competition, but if you care about your dust totals, be very careful.