Around ~1000. I heard is most TV's even if you switch it off there is some effect coming through. Any idea if it can be turned off completely in LG LM6700 or 47LA6200
I will read the manuals but for now, I can't say for sure if you can for either of those TVs. Do you need it be a smart TV and/or 3D? How many HDMI ports do you need? I only ask because you can always get a TV that only does 60hz but they tend to be more basic models (not necessarily worse just without the bells and whistles like 3D).
I looked at the manuals for those two models. The LM6700 has a trumotion section where you can manually put in a dejudder setting (presumably you will be able to turn it off there) while the LA6200 makes no mention of that setting so I can't say if you can for that model though it doesn't look like it.
60Hz LCd's do not have Motion Interpolation (which is mainly responsible for SOE). For 3D you can best buy a 240Hz. For movies its best to buy a 120Hz, . You can turn off motion smoothing (including Motion Interpolation) on most TVs.
You might want to look at Samsung's UN46EH5300. It is a 60hz model but has a CMR 0f 120 (Samsung says that that number tells you how well it can depict fast moving images). It has wifi built in and is a smart TV. Now, looking at the manual, there is talk of LED Motion Plus but I don't know if that is something you can turn off. You might want to see if you can find it in a store if interested so that you can check it out in person.