'Signs of the Moon' is destined to become one of the most dog-eared (no pun intended) books at your table as it clearly offers something for everyone.
Each of the Signs is given it's own chapter, which includes inventive props in the form of diaries, archeological translations, mission logs and files and other miscelanea to make the book more readable and capture as many different viewpoints as possible - tying in the with theme of different personalities and archetypes.
There are the standard host of new talens, gifts, Lodges and example NPCs, but most of these concepts can find a home in your chronicle. Highly reminiscent of the oWoD 'Book of Auspices' (which did Apocalypse a very good turn) this challenges and encourages Storytellers and players to move beyond the stereotypes and question the game and how it applies to their character - as an individual.
I'm going to need to re-read this a couple of times to digest it, but I have a feeling that this, like 'Auspices' is something I'll get value from for years - especially the final chapter, which is govern over to very practical storytelling advice (something White Wolf has always had a good handle on).