I find myself more focusing on the details, I suppose, the ones less interesting, at least as characters anyway. For example, the pedestrian broker. I mean, anyone could play as some super-involved uber broker, but I find the middle of the road, easily passed-over unassuming guy much more interesting. It's like in Blade Runner. Many people focused on Tyrell and his ambitions/goals, whereas I find J.F. Sebastian much more interesting.
It's a good point! Sebastian was a great character. When I quote blade runner I always end up saying "Your eyes...I...I made your eyes!" in reference to James Hong's character. In Stories the main thing to focus on is momentum since there is not a really robust management system. It's a game about action, and giving people interesting actions to choose from. Having a broker with a unique perspective is a great way to tap into that energy!