I apologize if this has been posted already, but a UK AV forum pasted a portion of LG's UK press release issued a day or so ago:
"In terms of pricing, the flagship G6 will cost around £5,999 for the 65-inch model and an eye-watering £24,999 for the 77-inch version. The mid-range E6 will be available for a more affordable £3,499 for the 55-inch screen size and £4,999 for the 65-inch model; whilst the C6 and B6 will cost around £2,999 for the 55-inch screen sizes and £4,499 for the 65-inch versions."
Different market, arguably different pricing, but at least we have some official looking msrp numbers from LG. Based on a currency converter, the 65" UK launch prices convert to this in dollars:
Two quick thoughts: (1) no price premium for 3D on the C6, but you have to go curved; and (2) $5999 msrp at launch in US for B6/C6 still looking like best guess.
UK forums seem equally confused over the issue of potential PQ differences between G6/E6 and C6/B6 due to allegedly different SoC.
If this kind of general pricing info is verboten let me know and I will refrain from posting this sort of thing. I'm assuming the price talk ban is meant to stop people from saying things like "get product X at price $yyyy from retailer Z," which quickly turns into an advertising forum for retailers not a tech/latest news forum.