Ok Androyd, here's the pix of my two stuck pixels.
These shots were taken on macro with the lights on in the living room.
One is green
Here's the blue one
Ok I tried playing with a bunch of different settings (Dynamic, Standard, Movie) I also took some with the backlight adjusted between 4-5 and then one with Dynamic and the backlight on 8. I also took some with the Energy Saver on Auto and then on off for the Dynamic, backlight 8 picture.
We just got home, I turned the TV on and it had only been on for less than twenty minutes when I turned out all the lights and took these pictures. I don't know if the TV needs to be on for longer, but what I saw tonight is nothing like last night. This is much better and I really had to work to try to get the camera to take the pictures of the cloud. The really prominent one seems to be on the right side and about 1/4-1/2 way up. Last night, one of the more visible ones was in the bottom left corner. Granted, I know the picture isn't cloud free, but I can tell you that the scene I photographed from the 300 last night was just a whole lot worse than what I saw tonight. I'm optimistic that maybe the length of time I've been playing the TV plus playing some Pixar Blu Ray might have helped. I played the Pixar stuff at the recommendation of an AVS member to maybe help unstick the pixels.
At least one of the above pictures was taken on Dynamic, too.
Here's the one with Dynamic, Backlight 8 and Energy Saver OFF