other changes/benefits (simplified autoconfiguration, improved
mobility, tools to help with renumbering, etc.) while important, are
Huh? Compared to IPv4 equivalent, all the three features of IPv6
are unnecessarily complex without necessary functionalities.
IPv6 is only rationally justified as a modest but necessary
enhancement to IPv4,
I agree with this, and suspect that much of the core IPv6 community
does as well.
That's a silly statement.
Committees add all the features considered by some a modest but
necessary enhancement, of course.