I just bought my UN40D6000 and I'm so pleased with it. I've jumped from a Samsung LNB530, imagine how I feel with this piece of machine.
My version has Full 3D, you say the D6000 doesn't but it does. It's stated in the box and in the system itself. And it also has 240 Hz!
My first impressions were:
Out of the box = elegant design. A little fragile though but fine.
I gave up finding the perfect TV, among the whole LCD-LED range I always have preferred Samsung. They may have some flaws but you have a crisp, awesome picture in exchange.
For what I've read so far I think mine isn't that bad. My older Samsung used to have banding, clouding and a not so perfect black level. Here I've gotten a little of flashlighting in the upper left and right corner, very mild anyway, I noticed it like half n hour after. I'll try loosening the crews and decreasing the panel brightness, let's see if there's some improvement. A bit of clouding in the middle-top which doesn't bother me at all unless there's a black presentation screen like in any videogame. Some people say this goes away with the time, others it can be lowered by decreasing brightness, I'll see.
Honestly I'm not a videophile, this TV is GORGEOUS the 99% of the time, even if I have a small lamp on when playing dark I don't notice any of those flaws (and I like to use it like this at night). I'm not gonna pack this and try another one while the next one can be the same or even worse. I'll keep it,
I'm really in love with the picture quality, games have never looked so fantastic to me, colours, contrast, black levels... perfect. What I find outstanding is the black level. Do you guys like the darkness in horror videogames to be black or gray? This is the first time a TV allows me to have a excellent contrast between what's lit and what's dark, I love when dark looks the darkest just like in real life.
I must be the only one who's pleased with the auto motion, I like the soap opera effect or whatever is called, it gives a great realism which I never experienced in a TV set.
I can't find what versión is my panel. It only says UN40D6000SG. That's all.
I bought this in Chile, where I live. English is my second language, sorry for any mistake.