Can't say how, and you didn't hear it from me, but got to use the 6D for a while. Was quick to adapt to, even though it has some significant layout changes to other EOS cameras. One thing is it is noticeably smaller and lighter, doesn't feel as tough as my old 40D, or 5D(1), but has enough toughness to take small knock. Less buttons but more menu options, it is a camera for setting up first and then getting in the shot. Wifi, GPS, LARGE ISO RANGE(50), FF SENSOR, LOW NOISE, QUIET SHUTTER, +_ 5EV .compact and light... its a great landscape camera that doesn't weigh a tone.
Would of been cool to have a tilt screen for doing low angle shots.
I know most people are commenting on specs, but that is really a secondary issue, as most camera are so good these days, they have capabilities beyond 90% of the users , no offense. And auto focus,well if your kids and dogs are moving that fast and you cant focus them buy a EOS 1D.