6E is actually not a new standard. It's just new channels that are available to AX devices only.
This might put a crimp in consumer router sales, which is why manufacturers are going to push to make the transition to 6E as fast as possible
Subjectively, is WPA3 a good reason to go for a new AX access point, or is WPA2 EAS and a RADIUS server roughly equivalent?
I know I am mixing encryption, authentication, and authorization, but is there a real difference between WPA2 and WPA3, or is this all a wasted effort?