I wanted to dig up Tim's work email and send this to him, but I also felt the rest of the team should get this, so here it goes.
I have just played through the entirety of the remaster, and listened to every commentary track (hopefully) available (it only took me the entire day and I only missed all of my schedules for today, may god have mercy on my soul).
The game was not without its bugs, but they were few, and they were small - at least for me. Nothing seriously game breaking, and nothing that wont be fixed with a couple of patches across the systems.
Apart from all the neat graphical tweaks that has been put in place, it even had friggin' mouse support, which I remember, I was VERY sore about the first time I played this game back in 1998 - though quickly adapted to the clearly superior tank controls within the first hour.
I've had maybe 6-7 too many beers throughout the last half of the playthrough, and I'm a bit emotional now. What my post really should have been cooked down to, goes like this. The love that has been put into this game is not unfelt. There's so much gratitude I want to share with you at DF, the original team behind Grim Fandango, and very importantly also Tim - But I would never be able to convey it with my limited vocabulary and currently lacking braincells.
For all the years I have been privileged to play this game, but also for all the future years of future generations that are now able to play it as well with increased support.