Altitude, the World Cup skis are different. This has always been the case- where they put the graphics form the retail ski on the WCup ski which is usually a laminated ski and bears no relationship to the retail ski. There's no attempt to fool any athletes. It's a bit like when Nascar had cars that looked like street cars but only had the body style in common with a street car.
primoz can confirm, but I remember hearing in that in speed events if an athlete found a fast ski they liked, they'd just change the graphics on the topsheet and use it for the next season. That was before they kept changing the specs all the time, but it may still occur.
Fischer used to make a downhill ski with a hole in the tip. Late 70's, early 80's?
But if there is no KERS or Intellegence in the consumer version of the i.GSRD, they are effectively lying to you and could be seen in court, no?