If you ignore niche "DIY" solutions like running a full-blown Linux x86-64 desktop machine as the endpoint, or flashing your own firmware onto a cheap MIPS system that wouldn't do it out of the box, there is no consumer level IPv6 capable CPE, whether in the form of a "DSL router" or "Wireless router" or whatever.
The big step forward for 2011 over last decade is that several suppliers _tried_ to sell such things, but they all struggled to deliver something reliable enough and cheap enough to be acceptable to even a generous, technically competent and IPv6-enthused ISP, let alone the cut-price ISPs supplying most users.
Even if one of these (or another previously unknown) manufacturers actually gets the formula right in 2012, there's no way most home customers will have IPv6 capability from their CPE in 2012, it's too big a deployment task. After the "Cliff ahead, divert now" signs ran out and the engine went quiet, that wasn't because the danger was averted, it's because we went off the cliff. The next sound will be the crash as we hit the bottom. Strategies involving braking or turning the wheel to avert disaster are now irrelevant.