I guess what I meant by "in motion" is during a movie or when the tv is displaying anything that is moving. The ps3 background where I see it is a graduated grey and there is nothing moving. Definitely doesn't show up in the slides which is strange. It is very faint, so I am not at all worried unless it gets worse or more pronounced.
Depending upon your panel settings, the material you are viewing, AND your personal sensitivity to GREEN (and/or Pink/Magenta) you may or may not see the Green during "normal" programming.
IF your Actual Green Blob (as opposed to a Nice Uniform Green Tint) is bad enough, it will undoubtedly show up during SOME material.
The GOOD news is that on the 2 60" ST30s we've aged for over 400 hours, the Green BLOBs faded in both Area & Intensity (not disappeared, mind you, but Appreciably Improved).
The BAD news is that on the first such panel, the Pink/Magenta Tinting INCREASED substantially during the aging process, and we finally returned the panel (at somewhere between 650 - 700 hours) - but Primarily for the Pink.
Our current panel, with just over 450 hours, is also showing a significant decrease in the Green Blob (again, it is still present), but it is not yet clear what is going to happen with the Pink.
Still, even with the faded BLOBS, there remained (remains) a Green Tint on the panels that shows up in certain content - primarily, but not exclusively, in Shades of Gray.
(The two 60" panels we had in home between the two mentioned above had BOTH Severe Green Blobs AND Significant Pink Tinting, and we returned both "at once.")
One other SIGNIFICANT change, is that with the latest panel - a Nov Build - the Green Tint seems to be LESS visible on FACES than with the earlier sets. No idea whether that is due to set-to-set variation (luck of the draw), or something Panasonic may have done to later builds. In either event, NOT having GREEN FACES is a distinct improvement!
Good Luck with your panel!
(IF you WANT to "look for green" try: The French Landing near the end of the newest Robin Hood movie; the near-the-beginning Fog/Battle scene in "Master and Commander"; just about any B&W Movie with interior scenes; nearly any episode of HOUSE....)
Also: Some indication that the PINK tint MAY be attributed to uneven heat distribution across the panel. Received a call today from another owner who stated he measured the panel temp at various points, and the PINK portion - on HIS panel - was Distinctly Warmer than other points on the panel.