It depends on what specifically you look for in "customizable" department. Technomancer imo is very strong in artwork & character department. The setting strongly resonated with me personally, but I am not sure if it would with others. The game also requires the players to engage their own imagination to handle a multitude of fairly simple "meet the characters in this world" quests in the same areas, rather than providing a pre-chewed multitude of areas or animated mini-movie like quests. I do like the fighting model, but it will probably be shot down by those who love complicated builds and a huge variety of classes. In terms of companion cast, Technomancer imo is very good, but makes a mistake of keeping you with fairly basic temps for a long time, before you actually are playing with the real cast. And, well, one of those temps is made unavailable for no good reason, and imo it's a pity. Playing only as a male and a male with a specific name reduces the RP value of Technomancer, but the voice is good, and luckily you can give the guy the face you can love. Romance-wise, all three options are not off-putting and different, at least, though it is not guaranteed you'd find just the soulmate. An out of party romance with a certain Merchant Prince or a via correspondence with Sean Mancer would have been my pick if I could make the game mine, but I was also able to imagine romancing two out of three companions on offer.