We had some good and some bad stories in the last series of Doctor Who, even with the last 2 episodes showing how the Cybermen evolved. I was rather disappointed as it didn't have a Dalek story; and why can't his dead companions stay dead, as Clara Oswald was back and took Bill who was clearly a ghost at the end off to explore the universe or heaven possibly.
The Master ends up killing himself when he shot Missy, and I felt that Nardol and the humans he was left to protect was a wasted effort, as the Cybermen are going to convert them eventually. I thought that Moffat would do better, but so far he has not. Perhaps the BBC should bring in older writers who remember what Doctor Who was like before Davis took over, as we could do with some of the old flair now that the show has such good special effects.
Although I preferred series 9 with the wonderful The Magician's Apprentice/The Witch's Familiar and the fascinating Heaven Sent, I quite liked the last series as well. Except for the boring episode with the emoji bots, that is. Like you, I missed the Daleks (although there was a small cameo in The Lie of the Land), but having the first ever Cybermen back in the picture compensated a bit for that. Also, I rather enjoyed the meet up between Gomez and Simms. On the whole not too bad, and to be honest in my view it would have been difficult to surpass series 9, even with the more than excellent Bill added into the mix.