Kairaku Sure thing. I mean, I don't want to yuck anyone's yum, but 6e felt rushed and unfinished. The first red flag was releasing the book in time for GenCon, and immediately putting out a TEN page errata PDF. To me that says they rushed it. After that, my reading of the new rules is that they feel haphazard. Components were removed without modifying other parts of the rules, and I didn't notice any significant additions, so I decided to stick with 5e partly because I know it well enough to house-rule what I need to, and partly because any listeners would be more familiar with it.
Again - totally fine if anyone prefers 6e, I'm not trying to change your mind, that's just my take. 🙂