Honestly, Cyberpunk has been one of the most enjoyable game experienced I've had in a decade. I've spent 70+ hours in it, completed the main storyline once (to see one of the seven endings) and as eager as I am to see the others, I've loved every minute I've spent with it.
Have there been some bugs? Absolutely. Some floating cigarettes, some weird camera bugs, a couple of crashes (but that was on the day one patch, 1.05 seems to have fixed that), and one mission in particular where the button I was supposed to push just wasn't appearing in the UI but once I tried it the mission completed fine.
The writing is fantastic. There are a couple of bits where Keanu's a little stodgier than I would've liked, but decisions I've made have actual impact on the story, and not just obvious things like choices made in a conversation tree, but how I've approached missions and my very play style have had legit consequences moving through the narrative.
Most of the reviews I've read that don't care for it seem to have had either unfair expectations going into the game, or have simply grown upset that the game doesn't conform to the narrative they wanted going into it, neither of which strikes me as particularly valid, especially since a bunch of the reviews have made it pretty obvious they just rushed through the main storyline to get to the ending, and did virtually none of the side quests, which is where both the meat of the game and the meat of the narrative take place. They demonstrate in reading their reviews that they took neither the time to engage with the game, nor did they experience more than a cursory glance of the narrative itself.
Honest to god, I've enjoyed the game so much, it's the first one I've wanted to throw more at, just as a thank you for the experience. If you want to wait the 3-6 months for a more bug-free experience, I don't blame you one bit, and absolutely can condone that. But if you have any love for cyberpunk as a genre, or narrative games as a concept, and decide to skip this, I think you're doing yourself a wild disservice.