They've been in my sig for a while, often with a broken link or buggy, but I finally got the time to finish them up and give them a good proofread. Now I'm opening up my cheat sheets for public review. I made the cheat sheets to save book flipping during game sessions by having the essential game play rules in a small booklet. They are by no means meant to have legalistic accuracy; often I shortened the existing rule and relied on the reader's common sense. At the same time I tried to add clarifications when helpful.
The player's booklets are arranged in print order to form a booklet, so here are some versions that are easier to read online:
Player's Booklet with Standard Rules
Player's Booklet with Consolidated Skill System
The first page is the front cover and the last page is the back cover. You can get the DM screen material and readme from the links in my sig. Basically the player's booklet has rules relevant to the player and DM during game play and the DM screen has rules mainly relevant to the DM during game play. Rules outside of the gaming session such as those used for generating encounters and characters aren't included.
What I'd like to know is:
1. Any changes you'd like to see in general.
2. Any typos you find.
3. Any disagreements you have with my clarifications or simplifications, or anything you'd like further clarified. Try not to be legalistic RAW, but bring up things you think would be trouble in actual game sessions.
4. Any other comments.
I might not make changes right away but I keep notes to remind me of what needs updating.