Thanks. I was directed to that list by someone the other day.
There only seem to be a handful of routers?! Doesn't seem right for something that's supposed to be so important...
Is it going to be another Y2K ?
You're right - it's bonkers! IPv6 has been with us for 10 years, yet only now (some) people are doing something about it.
I don't think the world of Internet will end come March, but I do think there will be a bit of a rush soon - maybe towards the end of 2011. The local registrys will likely start to squeeze things a bit - so most of us won't notice anything for quite some time.
And right now there aren't many sites even using IPv6 - I can't get it in my co-lo as my upstream don't support it - yet (promised for early 2011 though). (I could use a tunnel-broker, but that just adds more hops and more Internet to the data, and I'll need to renumber when I do get an allocation for my co-lo, so it's not worth it right now for anything other than some simple testing)
It's probably a huge chicken & egg situation right now - the content providers won't go IPv6 (or at least not pure IPv6), because no-one at home/office is IPv6 and the ISPs won't provide IPv6 because there's no demand... (or none precieved)