I have used Wireworld Gold Eclipse in my system since 5.2 came to the market and are using GE6 and Platinums today.
I first tried Platinum to replace 5.2 and I have to admit it was a major upgrade.
Since then I also bought several GE6 to replace my 5.2 and I think GE6 have more similarities to Platinum than 5.2
so I think your hopes are fulfilled.
The new thinner conductors and new dielectrium of series 6 seems to be a nice breakthrough for Wireworld.
I also have owned or tried many other top grade cables from Transparent, MIT, Cardas, Nordost, Kimber, Von Gaylord, Magnan, Stealth and PAD.
Most of them have been excellent cables, but Wireworld GE6 and Platinum have become my personal favourites.
They simply have the least flaws and make my systems sound the best it can.
The only other interconnects I have kept that can compete with WW GE6 and Platinum are MIT Oracle 2.1
Magnan Signature are "THE" best interconnect I have used, with an absolutely perfect rendition of treble.
No other cable I have used can release the inner detail of complex instruments like a high-hat or cymbal with such ease as Magnan Signature can.
BUT, the overall character are a bit thin, so I can only use it in my headphone system where it performes more balanced.