Fates Worse Than Death has become my favourite cyberpunk setting. And that's saying quite a bit from someone who has played or run basically every CP game currently on the market.
But I like the game most for what it isn't, actually.
It's not game where violence is often the best solution.
It's not a game where everyone and their granny are totting around heavy guns.
It's not a game where the system is corrupt beyond hope for salvation.
In short, it's a game of neocyberpunk/postcyberpunk, and this makes the characters really feeling like real people.
I especially like the hacking rules. More than one session have had as a focus obtaining info necessary to hack into a protected system. And the game made this activity fun and rewarding!
In short, try it. Hey, it's free, it's not like you've got to commit a lot! And then, if you like it, consider getting the full rules with additional setting information. Yes, despite it not being a small book, Fates Worse Than Death: Spare Change Edition is a quick start!