I was just watching a you-tube video comparing the A-6000 to the A-6300
At 8:20 on the video I saw a little feature I really liked. They call it AF in focus magnify. Basically what it means is that hitting the autofocus button while in focus magnify (which is a manual focus function) does not throw you out of the magnified view. That way you can check that the autofocus has precisely focussed on the desired spot without having to re-activate focus magnify. It may seem like a small point but when you're hand-holding a shot small delays can be critical.
Of course unless I buy the A-6300, which I'm not, this doesn't help me. But it shows me that someone is thinking of improvements that are meaningful to a real Sony shooter and implementing them. Of course I may be dead of old age before it's 100% but look at the big picture. My grandchildren have something to look forward to.