The next version of C# contains a number of small fit-and-finish features that make the language more productive and more readable. These features will allow you to read class definitions more quickly, and still understand the purpose of the type. You can write less code and create more software. Most importantly, the code you can shrink is boilerplate code that doesn't express your designs. It's the syntax ceremony that does nothing but obscure your actual intent.
Enjoy C# 6.0 as it evolves, and get ready for more. The final feature list is still in flux, and discussions are already starting on CodePlex about C# 7.0. It's exciting times!