Thank you for that information, but this clearly solidifies my opinion on the GG6 being a DUAL ACTION buffer.
Excerpt from the Ehow Article -
Dual action machines offer more options than orbital polishers in two respects. Generally, orbital polishers operate at only a single speed. Dual action buffers, on the other hand, operate at various speeds. A single dual action buffer contains a number of speed settings, to meet various needs. Also, dual action buffers come with multiple types of pads, which you can easily remove and replace, allowing you to complete a complex job or series of jobs easily with one machine. You can remove and replace pads on orbital polishers, as well, but it takes more time and proves more difficult. I understand that they omit the dual action in the name of it, but in the product information it states that is is "Dual-Action 2,500 - 6,800 Orbits Per Minute". Maybe I am just crazy.
I believe you are thinking too deeply/trying too hard into this to prove a point. I can see you know your stuff based on your work, but you may need to re-think your opinion on this. If the GG6 was solely an orbital polisher I would not be able to remove swirls and scratches with it. I have clearly done this with the GG6.