I want to build a system with USB Type-C (both UFP/DFP power ports) and need to select a CCGx device.
I need to transfer 100W and have VBUS short protection, so this rules out CCG1-3 and 4/4M .CCG5 is not recommended for new designs, so it is ruled out.
100W requires Vconn to detect EMCAs so I can prefer CCG5 or CCG6 (instead of CCG3PA, BCR, and PAG1S).
There's a chance I would want to use authentication, so I might prefer the CCG6.
How is my logic and is the CCG6 generally available and supported for smaller customers (I'm looking at ~5k ICs/year for a ~10 year product life)?
Your rule and logic is correct. CCG6 and CCG5C can suit for your requirements and those devices are Mass Production now.