William Gibson's All Tomorrow's Parties and Neuromancer have now also been released on audiobook. Huzzah! This makes the lineup virtually complete. I think missing still are just Virtual Light and Idoru. And maybe The Difference Engine, his oddball collaboration with Bruce Sterling.
I've noticed he has a new one coming in fall, Zero History. I hope it's better than Spook Country, which is the only one of his books I found a bit blah. Like Pattern Recognition it's a technologically-oriented novel rather than Science Fiction, but I liked Pattern Recognition lots, lots better.