Originally Posted by wxman
In the article, David did make an exception for the E6
"People sensitive to blurring will likely want a setting with better motion resolution, but unlike the B6, the E6 requires a compromise. At a User setting of zero for De-Judder and 10 for De-Blur, the B6 delivered maximum motion resolution (600 lines) and correct film cadence. But in the same settings the E6 showed an overly juddery effect reminiscent of 2/3 pull-down. The rest of the settings (with the exception of Off) introduced some form of smoothing, or soap opera effect, and none bested that resolution. If you're watching a film-based source on the E6, you should choose Off or De-Judder: 1 (which introduces minimal smoothing)."
So in his review, TM should be off on the E6.
If you use a test pattern, you can see what he is talking about. With side scrolling patterns, going from Off to DB 10 cleans things up a little, but there is a small hitching that shows up. I find in content, regardless, DB 10 is still better than off. The hitching clears up with DB 10 and DJ 1, but then you can get some artifacts that that are obvious.
So, in reality:
Off = poorest motion the set has
DJ 0 DB 10 is an improvement in motion resolution for sure
DJ 1 DB 10 is the best, BUT, now you have can have some obvious artifacts
As stated by Buzz, and other calibrators, DB 10 is an obvious choice, but for those people used to an LCD with 300 lines it probably no big deal. The people saying TM off is just as good as their plasma was are nuts, not sensitive to motion or forgot what their plasma looked like.
This was the same on the 2015 models, only difference was DJ 1 and 2 did not artifact like they do now. People need to stop trying to invent the wheel every year with these settings, the history of the settings are already out there.