> His idea was that people "at the edge" are dead-set against reconfiguration, yet somehow ISPs are ready and willing to add IPv6 routing to their routers.
No, his idea is a common sense one: people already connected to the net should not have to reconnect.
ISPs would be _forced_ to support it, because all those IPv6 enabled hosts would start sending packets with IPv6 addresses over ISPs' network more and more. ISPs that could not support such traffic would either upgrade or be abandoned.
Right now, nobody with an IPv4 address can even attempt send a packet to anyone with an IPv6 address.
The only reason we don't have IPv6 network yet is because it's useless. There is no interesting things to see there.