I'd expect that a prototype so close to production would be similar to a unit being sold, especially with the availability of today's materials.
Doh.. Maybe they are, the picture you showed was of a prototype - prototype - prototype (say it with me, you can do it).
You expect too much for somebody who has nothing more invested in a technology other than hot air. Your arguments get sadder and easier to refute every time.
How do you know the unit used for the October 6th test was any different than the ones that were “sold” on October 28th?