Hey bud, what embroidering are you referring to?
There are a couple of main difference between the B&E and the D6. First and foremost, the B&E has a PRO liner vs. the PERFORMER liner of the D6. This is, realistically, the defining difference. The PRO is considerably more customizable through the heat molding process -- there's more closed cell foam --and features internal J Bars. It means you get better ankle retention, and the liner won't pack out as quickly.
Secondly, you get a cam-locking powerstrap. And then you get into the aesthetics, which, I think we can all agree, looks pretty dang fire on the B&E. Henrik and Phil really like skiing that Flex Six, which for a lot of people, is perfect for skiing park.
That being said, the D6 is a great boot; you can still get a solid cook on the liner, it features a shock-absorbing boot board (great for east coast), and that flex six is solid for park skiing. Coming from the Panterra 120, though, it sounds like the D8 is the boot for ya -- flex wise at least -- and still has that killer Pro liner.
-W. @ full tilt