>Just go here please:
No need for NAT in ipv6..
In some respects it is a helpful reminder that networking doesn't change very quickly - the article is from 2011, but still relevant; as are the comments.
I think we need to hold back from the "No need for NAT in ipv6" until we have workable solutions for all the various realworld use cases for which NAT has been found to be the solution. By 'workable' I mean solutions that for example don't rely on ISP's etc. suddenly waking up and deciding to be generous to their customers.