And, thus, people like yourself don't understand enough to be worried about having to plug in an IPv6 address anyway.
Who is going to do it on my LAN if not me?
Seriously, do you sit and hand-craft your local DNS zones for each individual machine?
No, I run a DHCP server that dynamically updates my DNS server. However with IPv6 we are supposed to do away with DHCP and can use something like radvd. With that however the address is created by the client and the client has to update the DNS server. That means that rather than keeping the DHCP server up to date and keeping the DDNS signing key secure on one machine, I have to do that now on all clients. Mhm, perhaps DHCPv6 still isn't such a bad idea ... um ...
Perhaps people like yourself could do a better job explaining it to the noobs like me?