I've been reading some Russian-translated type descriptions and so forth and I've noticed some differences between the Western notions of type and the Russian descriptions and typings.
ILE: I've noticed that the English ILE descriptions are similar to the Russian descriptions. However, this forum seems to think that ILEs are primarily E7s and are rarely E5s. Take a look at this type benchmark list obtained from Russian socionists: Translated version of http://www.famo.ru//etalon.php
Most every ILE on this list whose Enneagram type I know of is E5. There don't appear to be any E7s. Note that this does not mean, in my eyes, that ILEs are primarily E5s or that E7 ILEs are rare. It simply means that I think the notion on this forum that ILEs are primarily bubbly, spontaneous and hyperactive might be a misconception.
LII: This link provides a lot of Russian LII descriptions: Translated version of http://www.socionics.org/ (See "Descriptions" at the top of the page.)
If you notice, the Russian descriptions make more mention of LIIs being proactive, structured, disciplined, cautious, and detailed, more so than the English descriptions, which essentially seem to describe LIIs as good critical thinkers. Therefore, it seems that the Russian descriptions have a different emphasis and are a better match with E6 and E1, as opposed to E9 or E5.
ILI: A lot of the English descriptions seem to describe ILIs as being very imaginative and lost in their own minds. While this is not inconsistent with the Russian descriptions, the Russian descriptions seem to provide a different perspective. (See the socionics.org link above.)
These are just a few of the type comparisons that I've made, so there might be more differences. I'm interested to see what the people on this forum have to make of this.