Bottom line, if you're happy with the guitar and what you paid for it, that's all that matters.
They make fake rolex's that are good enough to fool dealers.
And I never doubted the trem; thats definitely a legit Edge trem. And no, you havent seen JEM7VWH's with misplaced decals touching the D string. Sorry but you havent. Same deal for you, find a misplaced JEM7VWH decal, and I'll paypal you 20$.
I was thinking about Ibanez logos 1987 onwards more broadly, not specifically 7VWHs. This guitar has been in production for almost 30 years, so it wouldn't surprise me if there were some small variations over that period of time, like logo size, placement, pickguard bevels, shifts in certain lines etc. Even things like the vine inlay, which uses very little filler around the pieces these days because the computer controlled routers have gotten better since 1990s.
But, since you're interested in 7VWH logos, here's one which Steve himself owned, '09 Fujigen serial, with 2010 spec no script trem. Logo looks awfully close to that tuner. There's others, but several are LACS, and thus not regular production line examples.
Looking at NAMM pics on Rich's site, the 7VWH from 2010 also seems to have the logo a bit closer to the tuner, compared to an '09 etc.
I'm just saying/pointing this out to highlight the view that even though production of electric guitars is considerably automated these days, there is still some level of variability ultimately down to human error/decision, so we cannot put every small inconsistency down to the idea that something is counterfeit. You'd also need to have had personal experience with a massive sample in order to define these variables and how an actual fake stacks against them.
In another thread the other day, Rich mentioned that several Genesis models in the past couple of years had different profile/thicker necks than the professed Wizard, after hearing experiences from other people and measuring them himself. Obviously, the guitars came directly from Ibanez, so ruling out the idea that they're counterfeit.