Nat quotes a few people saying "If Perl 6 doesn't come soon, I'm giving up."
Even with all of the changes and the new features, there are still thousands of tests for Perl 5 that test features that will work the same way in Perl 6 that could be ported right now to Perl 6.
Perl 6 is a labor of love for Larry and Damian (and many others). They could both be doing more lucrative work that doesn't do you any good. There are loads of individuals and several companies who've contributed to The Perl Foundation to help pay for their time.
There are also plenty of people who aren't waiting around as if Larry were to speak from Mount Sinai they're writing code now, they're answering questions now, they're asking questions now, and they're offering suggestions now. They're writing documentation, reporting bugs, offering patches, finding new ways to make a proposed feature even better, and they're doing it now.
Maybe Perl 6 will come sooner if you help. Write a test. Write a paragraph of documentation. Report a bug. Submit a patch. Donate an hour's worth of wages. Pick one. Pick any.
If Perl 6 doesn't come soon, you're welcome to give up. So long. Godspeed. When Perl 6 is released, no one will have kept a list of people who walked away. You're welcome to use it then.
If you're really interested in seeing Perl 6 happen sooner, though, and not just trying to make everyone sad or whatever, there's a place for you.