I've built an IPv6 tunnel courtesy of the lovely people at SiXXs and ACSdata in Wellington. See https://www.sixxs.net/pops/acsdata/
This also works well and I have excellent IPv6 access at home. But it's a lash up and I'd really like to get this service from my "service provider".
Why do I care? Well New Zealand is not doing at all well on IPv6 adoption. This week Akamai produced these graphs:
Take a look at NZ - behind AU for a start. But also trailing Ecuador, Bhutan and Vanuatu by quite a bit and blown away by those economic powerhouses Greece, Romania and Nauru.
If you had IPv6 today you'd use it to contact Akamai, Google, Facebook, YouTube.
So when are we going to see this change?