I bought the UN60EH6000 on Friday. I watched some Scott Pilgrim and all of Hanna on Blu-ray via PS3 HDMI and I was pleased with how it looked (the reds were a little harsh but I planned on white balancing that out or something; could've also been Hanna's source). Super Mario Bros Wii also looked fine on component.
However, I ran into a problem when I watched Fright Night, Braveheart, and the end of Sunshine (in other words, it wasn't just one disc). When a dark object moves against a light background, it's leaving a short purplish trail. This is especially pervasive in Fright Night due to its palette. I ruled out all the TV processing (dynamic contrast, dark tone, etc.) and flipped between Y/Pb/Cb and RGB, so I'm afraid that it might be inherent to the TV panel itself. I'm too ignorant to know which problems to attribute to the panel vs. the TV's processor. If it's a processor problem, I could hope for a firmware update, right?.
I have yet to try:
swapping HDMI cables
feeding 60p instead of 24p
play Fright Night on another TV
Here's an image of what I'm dealing with. I don't know if this qualifies as "ghosting."
EDIT: Another question: Is there a consensus on whether pressure on the housing causes white clouding? I fear that I caused clouding on my TV by setting it on a table that was smaller than the screen, thereby exerting pressure on the center and causing clouding on the right and left.