SICK SR20DET by the way. I just traded in a heavily modified 1.8T VW GTi. I really miss having a small sports car, but I needed a truck for work.
I've got about 600 miles on my '06 frontier. This is my first stock clutch and first truck so I don't have a lot to compare the tranny to but anyway... Clutch pedal is definitely soft, but the grab point within the clutch travel is well defined and feels strong. Travel between shifts is what I would expect in a truck - alittle long, but not bad at all. I'm excited to break the engine in more because it feels like 1st and 2nd gears are going to haul *** when dealing with city traffic in Philly. Daily driver truck where I don't get out of 3rd gear for the first 20 minutes of my drive and I don't ever wish for an automatic. Manual tranny is so easy to deal with, never a nuisance, and great for grabbing up some traction in the snow.
6th gear is really nice on the highway, but only over about 65-70mph. Great for cruisin and hopefully for boosting the mpg.
Any of you other 6spd owners - please let me know if you have the same problem: When I push the shifter "DOWN" to shift into reverse, I have to manually pull the shifter "UP" to shift into a forward gear. I wonder if there is a spring that is stuck or something and that's why the shifter won't pop back up???