Just got my 47'' LM7600 from Amazon via UPS today.
The box was beyond dented/ripped (holes in the box) but the TV itself looked in excellent condition after I unpacked it.
Too early for a full review, but just looking for the problems I saw on the 6200 (motion blur, ghosting and jutter), I am sad to report they are present on the 7600 as well (although not as bad).
During the first five minutes with the TV on, I was thrilled in that everything looked great. Great LG picture quality, and I didn't notice any motion blur or jutter. Then, after playing with the TruMotion settings (switched from Smooth to Clear) it became apparent. Thus, it appears it is software/firmware related, and has a lot to do with the backlight scanning as it gets better/worse with the various settings. I will keep playing with them to find the optimal setting, but for now it seems like the lower the better. Things got progressively worse as I dialed up the Smoothing and Jutter settings under the "user" setting.
For now, I am leaving the settings on "Smooth" which is 3 for De-Blur and 3 for De-Jutter. I think regular TV is watchable.
To compare, I tested this on regular TV (Friends sitcom) and a DVR recording of American Le Mans.
Again, this unit is MUCH improved over the 6200, but these problems seem to be still here. I don't think I got any lemons as both TVs show similar problems.
The unit itself is GORGEOUS with the thin bezel and aluminum/metal frame/stand.
A major negative in terms of quality control: a 3x5 section of major backlight bleed dead top center in the panel. I didn't notice this until I shut the curtains, and was majorly shocked and disappointed to see this. I have gone through maybe 10 panels in the past 2 months (Panasonic E50, panasonic ET5, LG LM6200, LG LM7600) and have NEVER seen backlight bleed until now. Wow.
I think with the deal I got on the panel, I will exchange it until I get a good quality one and keep that one. Although there is some slight motion blur/ghosting, I can deal with it.
To compare, I had ZERO problems with the Panasonic ET5. I can highly recommend that panel.
1. I don't know why, but turning local dimming on seems to help with the motion blur/jutter. I didn't like this setting as it seemed to constantly adjust the brightness on the set (similar to what eco mode would do), but when it is on I notice the blur/jutter less.
2. Watching the US Open on ESPN, and it looks good overall. There is a bit of a trail on the ball, but it isn't a problem for me personally. The viewing experience is good. I am not sure if any sets out there offer zero trailing on balls. Maybe on the higher refresh rate units.