Lots of good points, including CTs adj/low suspension for easier access when needed. I believe you need a mid-grade lightning to get running boards or can add aftermarket.I choose to stick with the Cyber Truck for some of the same reason you are switching. I will be a great work truck and family road tripper. My budget dictates I stick with the cheaper version but still prefer CT in both categories.
The reasons it wins for me, a little bit longer range, quite a bit faster charge times, seats six in real seats, not a folding box top bench seat, adjustable suspension will lower down making it easier to get in (needed for my mother), builtin entertainment when charging, now learning that it's climate controlled in the bed, bed is covered and protected, both have comparable load and towing, and the one big thing, that I keep going on about, is the ability to carry a full sheet of plywood laying flat in the bed.
Would love to have the dual or tri motor just for the extra range but will just have to plan more charge stops.
I do like the Lightning’s frunk drain & that the grill lifts for easier access though, similar to many newer vehicle trunks where they are cut lower for easier access. We’ll have to see what the final CT frunk design is; would be nice as trucks often sit a bit higher.
Other tradeoff is single motor CT vs 4wd L. Some won’t need or ever use 4 anyway.