"You demonstrate the real reason IPv6 isn't mainstream at this point - you've bought into the ignorant naysayers' arguments and know nothing about what IPv6 does, how to use it, or what it offers."
Right, by doing nothing!
What's there to buy into? The problems with IPv6 and its lack of adoption are widely discussed on mailing lists (it's got many warts, the need for 'AAAA' records, needless complexity, etc., etc., and even people who write firewall code and run ISPs for a living will tell you they'd rather run carrier grade NAT. If it is automatic and easy, why haven't we switched yet when so many SOHO routers still have trouble with IPv4!? By doing nothing??