If you set both Film Mode and Motion Enhancement to Off, there is no SOE in any of the preset modes when viewing film material.
The only problem with doing this, is that the TV does not handle 24p material properly. What it "should" do is 5:5 pulldown without interpolation, in other words displaying each frame 5 times at 120hz, so that you actually see 24fps. But that is not what it does; in fact the 120hz modes are really 60hz with software interpolation. Any native 24p source displayed on this TV is first converted to 60hz with 3:2 pulldown, and then any Film Mode or Motion Enhancement processing is performed on that.
The best looking picture I have achieved for 24p source material (blu-ray movies) is to run the TV with both Film Mode and Motion Enhancement turned completely off, and then set my blu ray player (Panasonic DMP-BDT220) not to output native 24p. That uses the player's 3:2 pulldown, which seems to do a better job for whatever reason than the TV does. This also removes the burden of the 3:2 conversion from the TV. So you still have a small amount of judder due to the 3:2 pulldown, but I greatly prefer that to SOE.
As far as the "motion enhancement", at this point I never turn it on. I have yet to see any benefit from it, and it causes motion blur on small fast-moving objects in both Low and High settings. This means footballs turn into a pixelated blur. With Motion Enhancement turned off, footballs look normal.