This is an argument that will never go anywhere. Should there be 1 Division or Multiple Divisions? Just like a-holes, everyone has an opinion. These are all opinions.
Being an Ohio native, I am partial to the three Division system, with private schools being integrated at the Sectional level, and Divisions being based on school enrollment. I have never heard anyone (outside of this thread) say that an Ohio State Championship means nothing because of the 3 Division system. Is Bo Jordan's HS D2 State Championship worthless? Is David Taylor's D2 State Championship worthless? Is Kollin Moore's D3 Championship worthless?
Now, go on to PA, where I am at now. There are critics inside of PA for the 2 Divisions. Many people think that 2A is weak. So, would you say that Gavin Teasedale's 2A Championship is worthless? Or Jason Nolf's 2A Championship?
No single model is the best, no matter how much you put down other state systems.
That being said, the original thread was about Virginia's 6 Class system. When you look at the number of teams in each division, you then make state tournaments comparable to an in-season tournament. The only state that would probably be able to support a 6 class system, would be California. Even then, you still would have such a small number of teams that you water it down too much. And, as has been mentioned, it does cheapen the tournaments when they are held in a high school gymnasium. There are some good wrestlers who come out of Virginia, but their system could stand for some tweaking.
The most interesting thing here is that states like OH, PA, CA, NJ, are happy with their respective systems, but it doesn't seem that anyone in the wrestling community in VA is happy with the system in place there. That is what should drive change there, not the opinions that one state or another has the "best" system.