Ken, that's correct.
The Budd 10-6 (MIAMI below) had small fluting on the roof, above the windows, and on the skirting:
The Pullman 10-6 (PORTSMOUTH below) had small fluting on the roof, large fluting above and below the windows, and small fluting on the skirting:
The window patterns are also different, the Budd windows appear to be taller also.
Talk about SAL 10-6 sleepers drove me nuts until I finally caught on the the differences.
SAL also had ACF cars, with a different fluting pattern and smooth roofs.
When I made my (Pullman) Sun-Lounge car using an OK Engines Budd extrusion, I ended up removing every other flute above the windows and all from the roof:
Something I do not ever want to do again, and fortunately won't have to now with GGD making it.