But we live in today and the R wasn't available at the 6DII's launch. So my statement still stands...the Eos R is expensive compared to a 6DII...for little real world photographic benefits. The fact that it's currently priced matched to the vastly more capable 5D4 says volumes. If the Eos R was more feature and UI matched to the 5D4 then I would be more persuaded. But today in today's market with my current equipment needs....I'll pass until Canon launch something more worthy. I find it ironic and most of the R mount lenses are pro orientated but the only body so far released is the weakest part of the system.'Value' is a personal thing.
You could spin it around and say the R gives you 5D4 image quality at 50% less cost (comparing on RRP at launch)
I notice that the price of the 6D2 has dropped considerably since the R arrived, but the price at launch was not that dissimilar.