The a6000 will not be my primary camera. It will be for occasional use. The compact kit lens will be great for keeping the camera small, which is what I want for this camera. It's basically replacing my Fuji X20, which was not used often. The a6000 is a very fast camera overall (focusing, etc) but I have to admit, the startup speed is horrible. After the camera has sat for a few days, for some reason the startup time can be 10 seconds or more. Very unusual. I posted a video about the a6000 on YouTube.
Sorry for the limited content here. I just couldn't get excited about the a6000 and I rarely used it. It wasn't comfortable to hold/use and the menu system was rather bad. I particularly hated how you had to install 'apps' on the camera for certain functions. Sure, it's nice that they give you an option to add features to the camera, but the process to get the apps and then select them for use was/is terrible in my opinion. I wanted to love the Sony system, but I just couldn't deal with it. Rarely used and then sold it. It was a great sensor though.
I have a set of full resolution ISO and image stabilization test photos in this gallery.