Care to let us know which ones?
Over here in TW, the word DYL is used in two senses, one to refer to the DYL region, one to the actual mountain peak DYL. (What pu folks would call 'ZhenShan') The former sense is very broad. Some will include certain areas of Lishan as part of DYL and call that DYL. Although I don't like this practice, if the quality is up there then I generally turn a blind eye. I myself prefer to use the word DYL to refer to the actual DYL peak (which is of course not a single dot/point, just a smaller and higher region). And to be quite honest, not much of the tea from here has actually made it to the west in the past. I've seen countless offerings of DYL at prices which are below the wholesale price of the raw maocha/unroasted tea straight out the farms on the main peak. What you make of what I've just said, I'll leave up to you. Perhaps, I'm simply very ill informed.
PS Two days ago some very early dyl from 98K, which is almost at the edge of what is commonly accepted as the DYL Peak tea region, was harvested, but none of the main harvests are here yet.