Well lets see. New IDM, tested injector circuit 560 (LG/OG) and found no issues. What is left? Before condemning the injector I would do a couple more things.
Does the code return immediately or do you have to run the engine for a while? Does it repeat hot or cold? I am suggesting there that an injector or module concern can come and go with temperature and sometimes you have to perform your diagnostics by repeating the conditions that exist when the fault occurs.
The code P0675 means that the low side circuit for injector #6 is shorted to ground. Re-verify that the circuit is not grounded by disconnecting the IDM and measuring resistance between the injector circuit and the battery negative or engine ground. Move the harness, wiggle it, squeeze and bend it. Let the harness rest where it normally does. Inspect the engine harness for chafing and grounding where it drapes over the left hand valve cover. If you don't find an issue, the injector is suspect. You could try taking the old UVH and cut the wire ties and spread the wires to attempt swapping the #6 injector connector with #4 or #8, rerun KOEO injector electrical self test and see if that generates a new code for the appropriate cylinder. (I am not sure if the wires will reach but is a thought)
Keep in mind that injector coil resistance should test less than 2.0 ohms on a cold injector. Be sure to zero your meter leads before testing.