To a greater or lesser extent, all fragrance pyramids are wrong. They never list everything that is in a fragrance and if perfumery were as simple as combining the 8 or 10 ingredients from the pyramid in the proper proportions, then we wouldn't be paying $60 per bottle. I used to try to pick frags based on the pyramid alone, but there is so much information missing that you can't. *
The pyramid can (no garantee) get you in the right ballpark, but thats all. It doesn't really matter whose pyramid you look at. Think of it as a one page summary of a novel. 2 different summaries by 2 different people can easily describe the same book, but look nothing alike.