If you are interested in playing a cyberpunk games that inspired by the works of Gibson, Sterling, et al, you owe it to yourself to pick up this game.
While the product description uses phrases like "quick and dirty" and "framework", know that this is a complete game that will let you play multiple sessions/adventures. What makes it quick and dirty is that it is a fast read (I devoured it in an evenng) and focuses on the stuff that is important to tell a cool story, rather than a long list of equipment, guns or cyberware.
This is a "rules light" game that focuses on character action and interaction rather than rules for everything. This may not be everyone's cup of tea, but it is right up my alley.
Remember Tomorrow clearly draws on other cyberpunk games for inspiration, but does away with everything that is not going to drive the story forward. The turn-taking game mastering works great, keeps everyone involved and the rules give you sound mechanical reasons to present the other players with interesting antagonists and challenges.
I am not 100% sold on the Ready / Willing / Able stats, but they make goal resolution easy.
I am really impressed by this game and will be using it in the future when I want my cyberpunk fix.
[4 of 5 Stars!]