Did a latency test of the LG 65LW6500 using a website.
LG 65 inch 65LW6500 (1080p default res)
Samsung 24 inch computer monitor T240 (1920x1200 default res)(set at 1920x1024) (had a 50ms lag at worst with a CRT on another site)
The Samsung set off it's default res could of effected the test. They were cloned with the LG being the primary and the Samsung being cloned off the LG. Most of the test the LG was on a DVI>VGA and the Samsung was HDMI>HDMI. To test Frame Sequential I had to put the LG to DVI>HDMI and ran a few tests in HDMI to see if there was any improvement over VGA. All inputs were labeled as "PC" with non-3d being in Game mode in the picture settings and all 3d modes being in Standard with Tru Motion off and LED local dimming off.
I doubt will post this test to the "Lag War" topic because I'm not sure I did it all correctly. Took at least 5 pictures in each mode and for the most part the numbers matched but had a few inconsistencies. When the LG was DVI>VGA it had the Zalman spoofed edid and when the LG was DVI>HDMI it had the correct default PNP edid.
Results: (Picked the ones that I thought was the closest to the accurate representation)
HDMI vs VGA:
Non 3d = 74.05ms - 84.05ms
2d>3d (3d depth off) = 154.09ms
Top/Bottom & SBS =156.09 (tried both and they were roughly equal)
HDMI vs HDMI:
Non 3d = 73.05ms - 112.06ms 3 out of the 5 pic 20-30ms higher than VGA)
Frame Packing/Frame Sequential = 143.10ms - 169.1ms with 155.50ms about mid (since was page flipping numbers were harder to read)
2d>3d (3d depth on) got 4 pics lower at 130.08 and 1 about equal with 3d depth off (hmm... lower with 3d depth maxed instead of set to 0)
If your into gaming, get a 3d passive Toshiba :-( Lag wars topic says 16ms is one frame. So putting the LW6500 in any 3d mode added about 70ms or 4-5 more frames. Non 3d game mode with PC input was about was 130ms (9 frames) if you say the Samsung is at 50ms. The article stated the Samsung was 50ms at it's worse though.
2d mode gaming <130ms
3d mode gaming <200ms
Few example shots: