I do own a F100 and I do dream about F6 from time to time. If I were in position to think about actually getting an F6, I would think for about 2.37 nanoseconds after which a credit card would appear in my extended hand. At about the same time, my F100 would start looking for a new home.
Since we are doing the "what I would do" thing then I'll tell you that regardless of what happens with F6 and F100, I would sell the F4. That camera is so in a no man's land it's not funny. F3 and older is where it all is. Go newer and there's no reason to stop until you hit F100, or F5 if you are a Yeti or love machine gunning scenes.
To summarize: Why are you even asking? Go got that F6 and enjoy! What you will do with the rest of your cameras is an entirely different question.
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The F6..well, truth be told, there probably isn't a better 35mm camera out there. I'm a rangefinder guy and I wouldn't trade my Leica for anything but, when I need the complete package, don't want to carry external meters, need fast autofocus for kids or action, fast loading, etc etc etc..the F6 is THE BOMB! Bought one two years ago, never regretted it, and will never part with it. Oh, and if you shoot transparencies, that Matrix meter is close to flawless in any lighting situations.