Although this could be considered to be an acheivement, I am saddened by it. Ever since I learned of this Wikia I looked up to you, and I never thought this day would come. You were the first to welcome me into what is now some of my closest friends. Although you may never return, and although you may never see this, I would like to thank you for all you've done for me and our community.
I can confirm that Basi is actually perfectly alright. She's been posting on Sufficient Velocity very regularly. If she's lost interest in the wiki that's her affair, bugging her won't help and is quite rude.
Well, I haven't gotten to the end yet, but I've seen a playthrough (which is what sparked my interest) and all the endings, so here's my opinion (spoilers ahead):
The Refusal ending is bad for hopefully obvious reasons.
The Destroy ending is bad because in addition to committing genocide against synthetics, it doesn't actually solve the long term problem of organic-synthetic conflict.
The Synthesis ending is infinitely better than Destroy, but suffers from another problem: the violation of people's free will. This ending has Shepard effectively mutilate the entire galaxy without their consent. If I broke into someone's home, cut off their arm, and replaced it with a prosthetic, they would be very angry with me, and no amount of assertions by me that the prosthetic is superior would make them okay with it. Therefore, the Synthesis ending works, but it's really more of a lesser evil than anything else.
Finally, we have Control, which is the best ending, because it is the only truly hopeful one. It demands sacrifice from no one except Shepard, the one making the decision. It solves the problem of organic-synthetic conflict by denying that the problem need exist in the first place, as EDI and the peaceful resolution of the Rannoch situation demonstrate. Furthermore, it leaves the door open for synthesis in the future. If it is indeed the natural endpoint of evolution, then people will eventually choose it of their own free will. Finally, if problems do occur in the future, it offers a safeguard in the form of Shepard's new immortality and Reaper army. The Control ending, in effect, turns Shepard into a true shepherd of the galaxy.
Very few people think of that little detail. Given how it's depicted in the actual game, I'm not sure even the developers realized it.
If it helps, you could simply reason that the Shepard in your mind didn't think of it either. He or she was half-dying and there was very little time to make a decision, after all. I doubt anyone could blame him or her for saving the galaxy in a way that wasn't quite as good as he or she could have.
Or you could just reload a save and choose Control.
It's gonna be called Deus Ex: Mankind Divided. A sequel set two years after HR that has you teaming up with a task force of augged-up soldiers who you help to take down augmented terrorists. This sequel apparently disregards any ending you chose at the end of the previous game, though.
Your expy, the Lady in Red, is dead from radiation via the contaminated footprint she was stuck in when the Kaiju arrived in Auckland. Thus, she's only able to give so much info before succumbing to sciencefiction-K-cancer. Cheers!