I think we can all agree that LL does in fact utilize the Quicksilver playfield layout, but surely other people can see that the ebay LL does not look at all like the LL in the Stern flyer as far as playfield and plastics art are concerned. After checking out a couple of really good hi res photos of the ebay pin against the flyer side by side, the ebay LL looks to be nothing more than possibly a really good fake. Yes, clearly I believe that there is a real pin titled Lazer Lord that just sold on ebay for 7400.00, just not "THE" Lazer Lord shown on the Stern flyer. The playfield art is definitely not the same. The playfield art and plastic art on the flyer are totally different than the ebay pin. I have included two links below that show both in very large detail. You can see that the flyer playfield does not have the circular graphic around the scoring inserts, it does not have the "arrow" graphic pointing to center bank of targets (4), nor the "arrow" graphic pointing to the advance multiplier targets (3) on the right side below the spinner.
The flyer also does not show there to be any smoke graphic around the scoring inserts or have the vertical yellow graphic lines going up through pop bumpers and into the rollover lanes. The slingshot plastic graphics are not the same and the left side captive ball plastic does not have the smoke on it like the ebay pin. I gotta believe that someone took some serious time to "create" the ebay LL, and why not though? Supposedly there are no others to compare it to, and at a profit of over 7 grand, why not give it a go?
Hi res flyer (it's 2534 x 3180, once viewed, can be clicked on again to enlarge further)
1200 x 1600 of the ebay photo
The backglass however looks to be spot on, outside of the difference in the 6/7 digit displays from the flyer to the ebay pin. Another observation is that the playfield art on the ebay LL appears to duplicate the gameplay rules as Quicksilver, which have been shown previously to be different according to the roms.