Not good, IPv6 is running out of address space!
I'm sure you meant that as a joke and its funny and all
But on a serious note -- I personally do not understand the need of giving out even /64 to anyone.. come on.. This is what is planned to be handed out to users -- 18,446,744,073,709,551,616 addresses, come on.. Did we learn nothing from how IPv4 was handled. with a /48 your talking 64,000 x 18,446,744,073,709,551,616 for possible addresses..
Yes I understand the address space for IPv6 "seems" infinitely large, but improperly managed and you can run out of anything.. What possible reason could there be that a lan would need a /64??
I just don't understand their logic with /64 being the breaking spot for addresses. Its pure insanity if you ask me.