Wow, that's amazing. On my pair the Klipsch mark is the right size (smaller) and the only issue I've had is the "Klipsch" black text completely wearing off almost instantly. However - unlike the images at the link above - the sliver (chrome) area is not rubbing off. You can see in the image of the counterfeit that the gray area is rubbing away which suggests silver paint and not chrome. Luckily, this isn't the case with my pair.
For what it's worth I work for a small toy company and we deal with different vendors and factories in China. Sometimes our products come back slightly different - different color, slightly different tag or packaging, lesser quality. The price of dealing in China is you exchange cheap labor for a lack of quality control - unless you're a major company and have the manpower/resources to manage overseas. So keep in mind, that sometimes an original product from the manufacturer could be produced slightly differently.
I don't have stellar hearing, so I could be wrong - but I don't think the pair that I got through eBay is a fake. My guess is that the factory switched to a cheaper paint/process for the text logo on the chrome and did not take into account that it wears off quickly. It is encouraging to me that the chrome (silver) isn't wearing off on my pair like the images above.
Lastly, I noticed on the Amazon reviews some comments about the bass - particularly regarding the mids/highs and the bass not having enough kick. Keep in mind that the average reviewer isn't an audiophile (myself included), so for the price and the quality people will be easily impressed. Personally, I think these are a great value - but I'm sure there are more expensive options out there that would blow the sound quality on these out of the water. Just my 2 cents. Peace and happy listening everyone!