Working from the assumption that Vintage is in a bad place, I find all of @brianpk80's proposed restrictions to be completely reasonable. Not sure about the bannings, though I see where he's coming from. Now, as someone who enjoys contemporary Vintage I'm less sure about all this, but I still think this was a well-reasoned piece.
Vintage Singleton sounds fucking miserable, though.
(poster's delayed cause of SXSW - hopefully we'll have it done soon!)
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I don't yet own Trops, Tundras, or a Library, but wanna try this Xerox thing out. I put together this UR list:
2 Spell Pierce
1 Time Walk
4 Force of Will
1 Strip Mine
2 Null Rod
4 Shattering Spree
In testing it's been solid so far, but open to suggestions from experienced Xeroxers.
UR Delver is reasonable without power - I played it in a side event at SCGCon last summer and had a good time. @Thewhitedragon69 is right that you absolutely won't be optimal without Lotus et al - you're giving up all your most busted plays, and you'll have a harder time clawing back into the game when you're losing - but you'll still be able to play and win games of Magic. Access to stuff like Null Rod will do a bit to close the gap between you and the powered players, and you can mess around with cards people don't normally play around in Vintage (Daze, Price of Progress, etc).
Landstill sounds reasonable to me, though I don't have any experience with the archetype. You might also be able to make something Jundy work.
I would avoid decks trying to do unfair things.