Agreed. I'm also only a little way through, but I'm loving the cyberpunk atmosphere.
Also, as with the previous games, it seems to be continuing what is a really in-depth look at the ethical and sociological questions that are almost certainly waiting for mankind somewhere down the line. It's all very Ghost in the Shell, so I love it
Of course, this being a prequel, I doubt it will approach the 'singularity' event of Invisible War, and may just be focused more on the philosophical implications of human augmentation, but it's still good stuff.
Plus, I knocked out one fella with a tranquilizer gun, then had second thoughts about leaving him lying around to be discovered. So I threw him into some electrified water. Sorted