I don't think the top skier, Jeff, is using ILE in the sense that Rick describes it because he never releases the turn via flexion of the outside leg. He is definitely extending his inside leg a great deal though. Look at the length of his outside leg through out the turn and his inside leg through the turn. The outside leg is pretty much the same length through the whole turn. Also notice the big upward movement of his CM through transition as a result.
As an aside, this is the same transition I see Heluva using in the clips he posted.
Skier number two, Vincent, could be using ILE, maybe not, its about impossible to tell if he initiates the movement from his inside leg or not because of the static photos. This skier, however, is retracting his outside leg through transition. The length of his inside leg stays more or less constant from the fall line through transition. Notice that he does not have the upward movement of his CM.
The thing of I am not clear on totally in ILE is if the the inside leg just extends a little bit from release to transition of it it is supposed to extend a lot. From Rick's description it sounds like just a little which would have to be the case to not get a significant upward CM redirection.