Transhumanism seems... pretty central to the very concept of cyberpunk, to me. An owned world, bought and sold by major corporations, and a class divide that reaches to genetics, the upper class being inherently better and largely artificial, because they can afford it. And yet being able to produce Adam Jensen style arm blades, or just low-tech prosthetics is considered... anti-theme? I don't get it. And there seems to be a bit of hostility to even discussing it. Thought I'd bring it up, because if I don't ever get to become a badass cyborg, I'm not even really sure why I'm playing. Let me get my damn Cyber Samurai on.
If a cyberarm isn't the first thing you think of when you think... well... CYBERpunk, I'm not sure what the point of the game is.