Architects of Will doesn't let player order cards
My hp was 4 at the moment.
Architects of Will entered the battlefield as the Living End resolved, I was able to look at my opponent's 3 top cards.
Nevertheless, I was not able to put them back in any order, as it is told in the text of Architects' ability. I assume this ability is lagged.
Subsequently my opponent was somehow able to topdeck lightning bolt (which i saw from the Architects' ability, but was not able to put it third or second from the top), which was lethal for me. Any other topdeck of the three cards i saw was not lethal, and as my opponent's hand was empty, thus i would definitely win this game by attacking on my next turn.
Just had the same issue. Living End vs control with Shardless agent so I have to wait a turn. Architects trigger and I can see my opponent is about to draw another Supreme Will and there's nothing I can do about it because of the glitch. I won but that could definitely cost me the game.
It's more serious than you think. Bc the opponents are the ones reordering the cards. Living End is currently 3rd best combo in the meta. It is played in highly competitive games and tournments. I was considering using it in a tourney and now I can't. Imagine the other people who don't know of the glitch yet.
The worst part is the opponent acting in bad faith to exploit this in their advantage.
Since the last update, whenever the effect of Architects is used on the opponent it lets the OPPONENT reorder the cards. So, not only the owner of the effect gets screwed off of his right to reorder the cards, but the OPPONENTS are taking advantage of it.
I was able to get both prints (my screen as the caster of Living End) and the opponent's screen (the target of Architects of Will's ability). The opponents weren't even saying anything (acting in bad faith to take advantage of something they shouldn't have access to) but this one opponent was a real sport and helped me by posting his side of the screen in the topic I created reporting the same issue you just reported.