> Unfortunately this is not the case and systemd designers preferred to throw out anything that reminds of SysV boot process. People like me simply don't understand why they have to spend hours learning new system when the old one wasn't "broken enough" for them. Once RHEL7 comes out, they'd just plainly reject it and look for a CentOS fork that keeps SysV in.
That's called RHEL6. It will be supported for several years after RHEL7 comes out.