Wow, I wasn't expecting such a quick response!
First off, thank you for the Text Fix. I wasn't too sure on the wording, but it seems I got the gist of it right, which is the main thing. I shall fix that straight away.
Secondly, responding to the critiques themselves!
I had a suspicion there would be some power problems with this card. Simply put, MtG and Yu-Gi-Oh are vastly different systems. I think that changing the battle destruction effect to Card Draw is probably better compensation for LP, since they will have just dumped their hand they need something to get back. However, I'll probably drop its ATK to 3000. The reason why I think it's ATK should stay quite high is, simply put, I've set them up to have an excellent board presence for their next turn, and other than running into a squishy monster (bare in mind, I'm not forcing them to be summoned in ATK Position, so they can come in DEF, and I haven't got piercing damage), they are going to be able to Link/Pendulum/XYZ summon some nasty monsters that can kill it in one turn easily. This also makes it risk/reward to play against. Do I run the big monster I just got set up into it, and gain a reward for killing it, or do I just remove it with a Spell/Trap, not gain the benefit but also not run the risk.
I'm probably wrong on this though. I'll stick to my guns of keeping it somewhat powerful, but if more people tell me that it is simply too strong at 3000 ATK, I'll drop it again.
Thanks for the feedback guys!