I had the 5D2 and struggled massively to get more than 60% of the shots sharp with most of my primes (24 f1.4, 35 f1.4, 50 f1.2, 85 f1.8 and 135 f2) wide open. I'd say it was bad 50%, I was bad 10%. So I was afraid to get the 85 1.2 (I shoot everything wide open as much as possible). I got my hands on the 3 at a trade show and was blown away by how much they had improved the AF. Ordered two. Hugely happy. Sharp rate is so good I no longer check focus these days unless I am down to 15th of a second or so. I am still 10% soft due to user error(!),or maybe subject movement. I'm that confident I got the 200 f2. Still always sharp.
The 6D is a camera I wanted to carry around with me. It has a host of features that respect its price point very well. Yep, the AF is not as good as the 5D3, but you cannot spend the money on a Toyota and expect it to drive like a Lexus (if I can use the analogy). There are some great features on the 6D and I am very happy with it, there might not be so many focus points, but they seem accurate and reasonably quick. I just think 'I paid this much, I have this much expectation' which is of course, less than the 5D3.
You are right about everything, but if you look at the Nikon D600,.They got a lot more AF points, for the same price.
Also don't you find it funny, that both cie got a new FF camera for $2000?
Also as you can see the price as drop significantly for a FF, which is great for us the consumers.