This book was pretty good. I didn't think it was world-shaking, maybe that's because I've been exposed to a lot of these ideas before, maybe it's because I've written about them myself. Maybe that's one of the things about dystopian fiction -- it's always amazing if it's the first book you've read about that particular kind of dystopia.
I found it kind of hard to follow, but it was easier once I got a handle on the characters' relationships to each other. And once I got enough of a grip to follow the story, I found the disorientation more appropriate than annoying.
I'd recommend it if you're looking for cyberpunk dystopia, but I'm not going to be telling all my friends to read it.