Doh! I wish I had read this thread sooner.
Had my mobile detailer come out to my place to wash the truck. Nice guy and he definitely takes his time and does a good job. Unfortunately the product he used totally scratched the screen. I think he said he used a glass cleaner? Or some dilution of isopropyl alcohol? Either way, the screen got wrecked.
If anybody is looking for a fix. This is what worked for me with decent results:
I broke out my Rupes 3" random orbital polisher and sufficiently taped and masked the infotainment screen off from the rest of the dash and steering wheel. I also pulled off the volume and radio tuning knobs by pulling straight out.
I was a bit apprehensive at first as I've never polished a screen. I used a Gritot's orange foam correcting pad and Menzerna Super Finish 3500. Gave that a few passes but determined it was not aggressive enough for the deeper marks.
Here's a 50/50 before I decided to get more aggressive.
Since I ended up getting decent results with the foam pad, I grabbed another Griot's 3" orange foam pad and this time used Meguiar's D300 correction compound.
Ended up repeating the Meguiar's D300 step about 3 times total on the left side and followed up with a finishing pass of the Menzerna 3500.
It's not perfect but much improved. I spent extra care on the edges and in the corners but there's only so much I could do with a 3" polisher. Can't really justify getting a nano polisher since this is pretty good.
I plan on getting a screen protector next.