All I can say is I am SO FREAKING glad I managed to retire from the world of computer networking before having to deal with IPv6 in any significant way. When I was working actively in that field I was using ip addresses in most of the things I did. Having to do what I did with IPv6 address instead, would have sucked serious donkey dicks.
That said, there is no real reason for it to be a problem. If the proper tools are built, IPv6 could be easier than IPv4. I simply never had, and still lack the belief those tools will be built any time soon. And it is likely they won't get built until after a switch is forced.
“Extinction is the rule. Survival is the exception.” -- Carl Sagan