Ohey, didn't see this.
I've made my opinion on Cyberse-type abundantly clear. It would be less blatant if they actually re-typed previous Cyberse-ey things to BE Cyberse, if only to make it somewhat more consistent, but that's the thing--monsters that are Cyberse-ey already exist as non-Cyberse.
One can say that they're supposed to be "computers, digital and cybernetics" or "programming", but the thing is that these are literally Psychic-type and Thunder-type themes already. It's not actually a niche, it's actively been done with cards like Destructotron and Electromagnetic Virus. Even the Tron theme can be seen in Serene Psychic Witch and Silent Psychic Wizard. If you replaced the Psychic in their names with Cyberse, the redundancy becomes clearer. In Digital Bug's case, computers becomes an Insect-type theme. Especially egregious because Link Spooder exists as a Cyberse-type. Wyrms could barely be justified as people being sick of Dragons, and honestly that was already a flimsy argument, but it's not like people had so many Thunders, Psychics, and even Insects and Beasts that they could be sick of them.
"Future design" is, as it always has been, a fairly dumb argument and one that for Cyberse is irrelevant in the majority if not all cases. For the Cyberse that are basically Insects and Beasts, there is almost literally nothing to fear unless one is petrified of Insect Imitation and Chain Dog. For the Cyberse that are Psychics, their only truly frightening card is Limited, and the Type is still new enough for Pyros to have more members than it. Cyberse that would be Thunder probably actually have one of the best support bases, amusingly enough, but even then hardly one worth any fright (and to be honest I'd welcome a new meta-contender Thunder-type deck regardless).
Even for Machine, for the surprisingly few Cyberse that could be considered Machines--because most Cyberse take from Types that are many times smaller than Machines--interaction with existing cards is hardly worth noting, especially since the amount of actually viable Machine-type support is consistently overrated. Gear Gigant, Machine Doop, and Limiter Removal are essentially it, with Iron Call sometimes featuring. Doop is easily worked around in the same way design-wise, Limiter Removal is also consistently overrated, and Iron Call is multi-conditional fodder summon anyways. The other largest Type would probably be Dragons, which is probably the only place where any real argument for bloat can be made, but we already have a Type for avoiding Dragons!
And, of course, always worth remembering that rather than actually pay attention to future design, Kinamo frequently exercises the option to explicitly break Type/Attribute support and then just banlist them anyways.
Also, for the record, Draconnet is p obviously Wyrm--a Type that currently has 33 members.