Well, one thing I learned in all this too is to take a stand in what I believe in and push it forward. That started from the time I went against the script consultant's advice of making humans the main characters and stick with a goddess and cyborgs.
Also, I like some of the more hard core science fiction elements of cyborgs are built and humans are born. So, they will always have distinct differences. I won't do the nonsense of Battlestar Galactica where humans and machines can mate. Like Questor in The Questor Tapes, they can offer humans the valuable commodity of their friendship. But, they will never be able to mate with humans. The trans-cyborgs in the series will learn in becoming machines, they lost their ability to touch and get internment with humans in exchange for an virtually indestructible body with totally super human abilities.
The producer reviewing the series wants hardcore science fiction. So, that's what we will deliver.
This scene from the ill-fated Terminator TV series explains the difference between humans and machines very thoughtfully in a humorous way.