Thanks, sorry for late reply, busy weekend. For me, middle of screen is at eye level, and find when I stand up and look directly at the ghosting section it's fine, but then bottom of screen starts to ghost. Soft reboot on TV and have checked 4 blue rays now, all with the issue in that area of the screen. Found the 3D adjustments, and they help, but seems to vary depending on whether its foreground or background in the area. Winding up either depth to 13 or viewpoint to 3 will fix the background issue in some scenes but not others.
Tried combinations, but found that winding up the viewpoint makes In focus foreground objects less sharp, and leads to ghosting when the foreground moves to that part of the screen, so ended up with depth = 13 being the best compromise. Also found myself getting eye strain within about 10 minutes without making the adjustment, something I never experienced watching 3D on my passive Sony 55W800 TV.
Source was a relatively new PS4 slim, LG rep at store has suggested trying a different source, so I'll try with Xbox one s tonight. Also suggested a software update, though running the latest being offered automatically in Australia.
Just want to verify if people experience uniform 3D picture quality over the whole screen on the 65E6? Ever heard of an issue where just part of the screen has ghosting with middle of screen viewing?