Well, I had to return my G6P.
When I called LG and explained what I was seeing, he said "It sounds like burn-in. Send me some pics before I send someone out". When I sent the pics, he called back and said "That is burn-in, and that's not covered by the warranty." For point of reference, when I talked to him the first time, I asked how much a new panel was, if it is not covered under warranty. He said the cost was ~$3200. Yikes! That's more than what I paid for the TV!
I took it back to hhgregg and showed them the problem. I ended up getting the 65E6P for the same price, but only if I stayed with the extended warranty I had originally purchased.
So if anyone in the Greater Cincinnati area wants to take a shot, it's at the Florence store (or was on Sunday).
The overall quality on the G6P was nicer (all electronics in the metal base, nice and solid, vs all electronics in the lower ~10in along the back of the set). The picture looks the same, although I was a little scared initially. I had set TruMotion from Clear to Off before we watched anything and we said it looked like it was missing something. We watched the first scene of ST:Into Darkness and saw it was definitely not as good as on the G6. But when I turned TruMotion back to Clear, what a difference. THEN it looked like what we recalled from the G6.
The B&W ghosting test pattern on the G6 was incredibly uniform. I only started to see some white blotches when standing off to the side. On the E6, I see some in the upper right, and a little in the lower right, so I hope I can adjust it.
I miss the G6, but I could not handle the burn-in. It was like having the fastest car in the world, but if you went to fast, the car would shake. No sense having the best if it isn't.