Once you have the plugin working you’ll definitely want to tailor the rules .jscsrc file.
One good gotcha: It ships with a lot of presets and has a lot of mirroring rule options. It might be tricky for you to override the preset.
For example, I opted for the Google preset and wanted to add the requireSpacesInAnonymousFunctionExpression rule. It wasn’t working until I realized the Google preset came with a mirroring option set: disallowSpacesInAnonymousFunctionExpression. I had to set that to null explicitly before my own settings would work.
Thank you to Addy Osmani for your post on the sublime plugin, and thank you to Josh at SublimeTextTips.com for mentioning it in your newsletter.