I picked it up again over E3 when they had the free week after playing for a month or so at launch. It runs fine on PC, but not sure if they fixed some of the framiness on console. Still some nuisance bugs that will pop up fairly often, but the bugs were always a bigger deal to people that never played the game. There was never anything that crippled your play experience or outright broke the game (Skyrim launched with a save killing bug but people didn't hate on that nearly as much as 76). The bugs were/are nuisance level at worst. I am surprised, however, that more of them haven't been fixed yet.
The bigger issue is the basic game formula. You could fix all the bugs and have this game running at a buttery smooth framerate and it wouldn't change the fact that it is lacking as both a Fallout game and a survival game. Hybrids can sometimes end up like this, where the best parts of the genres being combined go missing. Bethesda's solution seems to be to "add more Fallout," when they do the NPC/quest update later this year, so we'll see how that goes. Right now, you can have some fun leveling and I actually really do like the early game, but once the quest breadcrumbs run out, there's very little to do and the itemization sucks.