I've only flipped through the PDF while I wait for the printed book version to arrive, but I have to say that I am very impressed.
The system is so very straight forward and simple, yet not so simple that it doesn't leave room for expansion. In fact, the possibilities are endless with the OneDice system.
I'm not soing to go into detail about the system as there is a quick-start version of the OneDice system available here on DriveThru.
The overall feel of OneDice reminds me of the simplicity of Fighting Fantasy, and in fact there is a solo adventure in the quick-start book which is classic example of this general feel.
Cyberpunk RPGs can be notoriously complex because of the cyberspace/matrix/jacking-in element which is a hard thing to put into practice at the game table, but the cyberspace rules in OneDice CyberPunk are so straightforward that it's going to a breeze to play.
I can't recommend OneDice CyberPunk, and the OneDice system in general. As a parent who doesn't get much spare time, this is the perfect game system for me and my family.
Also the publisher has priced all of the OneDice books very reasonably so I can see myself buying all the printed books eventually.
Money well spent, and a fantastic book.
[5 of 5 Stars!]