Pros: Fascinating idea; I've never seen urban fantasy like this before; I like most of the classes, which make sense as what you'd need in a very different from normal setting; I like the money's name (krag sounds so very noir); I really like bonds; sunlight filtering in the city's wall cracks is really unique and neat and coincidentally explains why it's always so damn dark in noir movies; holy shit noir gods; all of the Four Gods are awesome, as a lounge singer god is frankly new as hell, and I like Big Money as a literal divinity;
Mr. Ghost is a glorious concept for a "war god", since he's never really there yet omnipresent all the same, and him being painted on guns before battle tickles me as an explanation for skull iconography; Madame Hart is awesome because of course she uses an amusement park as a base, what else would a pleasure goddess use; I love the gangs, who are not only references but reflect real life mafias, just all in the city because, well, hell, the whole city pretty much IS the world. I like the Longhorns.
Cons: Too many stats; no real reason for so many skills (is Brutal Melee really necessary?); Gundancer name doesn't quite fit (gunslinger makes more sense for gritty noir setting, gundancer sounds too anime); no medically or scientifically focused class (so who's doing all those autopsies and searching all those computer files?); Sniper class feels redundant with Gundancer and seems to be taking up a slot that could be used better; no reason to have so many types of money (I know D&D and Pathfinder did it but why not just have krags as a value to themselves, they can still be coins);
I don't really like the Grim Reaper representation for Mr. Ghost because I feel like he should be more mysterious (perhaps an empty suit standing like a man could be a symbol?); don't really like the "widow" theme with the Singer but will freely admit that it's very, very noir, even if I do see all lounge singers as red dress blondes; don't like the Twelfth Street Knights because the whole "anti guns" thing is silly and tosses out one of the best parts of the setting, also they would all be dead.