If they could somehow keep the high animation quality (and it WAS very good) without breaking the bank, and bring in some actual writing talent to handle the story, I'd be down for a remake of Cybersix, though. It had a great aesthetic, but the writing was so dead dull you'd never notice. Also it appeared set in some undefined South American city, which is a setting you don't see too often in... well, much of anything, outside of drug-crime stories.
But given how lifeless the series was, how long it's been, and how mostly unknown it is, it'd be a tough sell to get anyone to bankroll the animation budget necessary. Or maybe being mostly unknown would give new writers more freedom without tying them to an existing fanbase? Not sure.