BPLOL, I came off as a bit too strident.
I think, overall, the 6D is a decent camera, but the thread started with a discussion of its AF, which, right from the start, ticked me off, and that is the feature I've been stuck on.
It clearly has an excellent sensor and good build. I haven't read about problems with metering.
One thing I often overlook is the number of photographers with good enough eyes not to rely on AF points all over the place. But when it comes to still life, I think Live View is wonderful, and from what I understand, Live View doesn't depend on AF points at all--it is a different system.
My whole point, over which I began to hyperventilate a little, is that Canon let down a great number of customers and prospective customers. The 6D has eloquent apologists. I'd be an arrogant donkey to scoff at somebody for buying what they can afford, but I think for what was being charged when the 6D was released, Canon could have at least matched the 9-points systems already available on the 50D and 60D.
Your sample shots are nice to look at; I was only commenting on whether they did much to showcase the AF.