Breakaway Jade Whip Upside-down Trapeze Ferris Wheel
Cyborg is actually a revived and revised trick from way back. I used to use it in combos. The original trick was simply the middle of this trick with all the somersaults and underpasses and didn't have the difficult intro and flashy outro.
For the initial Jade Whip-based move, I find it helps to keep two things in mind. The first is, when you whip the slack, focus on swinging it farther away from you than you would for a normal Jade Whip. This will force it to avoid the yoyo and to hit the end of your freehand index finger. The second is, when you mount the yoyo, focus on mounting it as close to the base of your freehand index finger as possible. This will keep the yoyo out of the way of intercepting the slack.
If you're having trouble with the beginning part and you just want to use the body of the trick, you can also start the trick by simply using a Jade Whip. I do think the beginning is a really great move to get down well, though, because it really helps you gain control of the yoyo and of slack.