Naw, I'm an experienced armourer that normally makes armour based on old paintings, or photographs of authenthic period armour.
When you do that kinda' stuff for a few years, you develop an eye for it. You can see where stuff is even slightly dished (bent like a bowl) or curled (bent like a "C" shape), and know what the armour plates look like before they're formed (the flat shapes), and why. You also look at a suit of armour "per plate" instead of losing detail in an overall view.
It develops an eye for detail that helps you determine if a suit of armour is accurate, authentic, or a reproduction, at a glance. In this case, I can clearly see that there are differences, but I don't think they're dramatic enough to call the suit a Mark VII. The chest plate has additional details, including a rectangular hole add right in the center of it, the hand and ankle plates have changed, the inner thigh connections have changed, and the plate layout on the sides of the helmet have changed a bit.
However, the changes don't seem very dramatic... they're subtle, except for the hand change that everyone noticed. It seems like an artistic improvement overall , and I suspect it's going to be Mark 6.5 or something.. a Mark 6 with minor upgrade, replacement plates, or whatever.