Can we maybe revisit the part where your cyberware & nanogenic mutations get wiped clean? Speaking from personal experience, getting corpsed is often more punishing than just vatting out. With a vat, and depending on how connected you are, there's a decent chance you can at the least, ransom your corpse and chrome back for a reasonable cost from your killer(s). Alternatively, your NPC faction might have secured it -for- you, so that your doctor can re-install your very expensive cryo wares.
It's my understanding that now we have chrome degradation in the game, and dedicated careers in place to fixing and tuning up both new and used cyberware. Could we perhaps allow corpse cloned people to retain their wares in their sleeve, but apply diceroll damage to the ware for having gone through the trauma leading up to the death, then the reconstitution?
I'm just saying, that corpsing someone should feel like an act from a guardian angel, and not a double-fist punch to your character's wallet. And if it is a punch to the wallet, there's ways we could be pushing the economy into new careers through 'death taxes' rather than just having to go and purchase brand new stuff because it quite literally got deleted.