This is all cool info but I'd have to question the concept of "attacking the meta". Apart from the Illidan Rogue, which I've not seen, I would have said that all of those decks were already part of the meta. Midrange Hunter was all the rage at the Spring Preliminaries and I've been playing C'Thun Warrior a lot (along with Pirate Warrior). It seems to me that a meta is, by its nature, going to consist of decks and counters to those decks. So unless you come up with something so left-field that nobody is playing it at all (in which case, why not if it's a good counter?) I would have thought that the counters are going to be a part of the meta anyway!
Thanks for putting this together! It is nice to see some decks discussed that aren't Miracle Rogue, Aggro Shaman, Zoo, etc. While this first batch is arguably part of the current meta they're certainly not as prevalent. As for the whole "Attack the Meta" concept I wish you luck! Heh. It's an ambitious idea. One that will take some serious commitment to keep up with. You've definitely gained a reader for as long as you can maintain it. :)
It's always the same cards in every deck anyways. The meta exists the same whether you pretend to make "meta" decks, or "attack the meta" decks because strong cards will always be strong. Your only real options are to cheese, or to tryhard. Categorize a deck further if you really want to, but every deck ever made with the intent to win is a part of the meta by definition.