I can wait, this is just a game I picked up solely for this deck (I know, that's silly but dang it, being able to use both my favorite characters in one deck was hard to resist, no regrets)
Okay, so I made changes based on what was mentioned here. Decided to go ahead and get a third Sayaka Miki. ronelm2000, you said you find Kyoko Shares an Apple to be to clunky, what would you run in it's place? Would you still run Second-year of Mitakihara Middle School, Sayaka?
Kyoko Shares an Apple x4
Mild Autumn Days, Kyoko x3
Memories of a Witch, Sayaka x2
Homura Watches Over x2
Madoka from the New World x2
"Real Memories" Homura x2
Sayaka Looks up to Mami x1
Second-year of Mitakihara Middle School, Sayaka x4
Mild Autumn Days, Sayaka x3
“Magical Girls' Tea Party” Sayaka x1
Doubt Towards the World, Kyoko x2
This is essentially the problem with Kyoko: you're basically wasting 4 cards and 4 vanilla on a combo that relies on plussing by both a pay1 +1 (a wash) and walling, which was really good back in 2010-2011, but not anymore because of on-reverse +1 (a literal +1), which doesn't care as much if the wall was broken (a feat that happens a lot nowadays).
That and Kyoko doesn't even boost anyone else and is 500P, meaning you now have a card that will most likely not kill anything and not do anything, which leads to your opponent plussing for stock, which has become more and more important in 2017 because of how effective stock use is becoming right now. (Remember, you are probably running 4 Sayaka's Wish, 1 Extermination Kyoko and nothing else for Backup, so you can't force the opponent an open slot for Kyoko to be effective enough to be a suicide that won't die on your turn).
This was eventually the reason why back in Set 1 I stayed away from Sayaka.dek, not just because of personal preference, but because I already foresaw BSR messing up and not giving Sayaka a better Engine to make Sayaka's Wish work more. ViViD Strike's Blue Deck is essentially this fixed Sayaka.dek now, which multiple avenues of plussing and compression.