KR is well ... KR! I've enjoyed his posts over the years with the most thrilling being on the lines of "digital killed the tripod". He comes up with some commonsense patched up with a lot of mindless drivel and sample pics of cardboard boxes so you know what you are in for when you visit his site.
I did not read his 6D review as I got most of the information I needed from Marsu42's excellent post the other day. Will be buying it as a second body once I sell the 7D.
BTW, ever since I've been shooting, I've learnt not to judge anyone by their gear! This is one basic rule that I feel needs to be followed ... criticizing photos, compositions other technical aspects is OK but not definitely not gear. If you do that you'll be surprised by too many people too much of the time.
I never judged anyone on their gear,....my point is simply,....if you love photography,...or it provides some of your income,....you will save money and buy a decent camera and decent lenses because they matter.
I never suggested to buy the 85 1.2 instead of 100 f2, if money is tight,...but buy something decent.
Buy only quality while trying to get the best deal possible.
My wife said to me one day,....I am too poor to be cheap.
I loved it,... because it is true.
I know,...it is fashionable and populist to embrace the misconception launched by some bored pros that camera and lenses do not matter while they all use the best there is all the time.
6D isn't that cheap and it's decent. 5D3 or 1DX is better but it doesn't mean that 6D isn't decent. If professionals can produce good pictures with a 10D, 20D, 5D, 5D2, (even point and shoots) etc... there is no reason you can't treat 6D as a decent tool. In my own link, you can see some of the pictures that I had uploaded and those were taken by my "not-so-decent" 500D and my mostly misunderstood 28mm F1.8 USM and the "cheap" 50mm F1.8 II. I'm also using the "cheaper" 100mm macro USM. And no, it doesn't mean that we don't really know that professionals use the best available gear to them but back then, they use whatever tool is available for them. E.g., professionals have been able to get good pictures with the very old 20mm F2.8. I wonder if an amateur even when using a 16-35 II can get as good pictures as those professionals using 20mm. It just shows that the head behind the camera is more important than the tools that's being used. If you analyze some of Ken's opinion, I think that's what he's saying all along especially to gearheads and measurebators. It's not that he doesn't love good gears. It's just he knows what's more important. Sure, you can criticize his pictures but you can't say he's wrong when he says that there are more important things than your tools.