Different things, do your homework,,,, that is an iol to replace the natural lens, not an icl that keeps the natural lens in place. Only reason to go iol is if old lens no longer accomodates or has cataracts. The Staar Toric IOL was FDA approved all the way back in 1998. The FDA approved the B&L to correct vision after cataract surgery/lens removal. It is not for refractive correction.
More FUD from you after getting reemed this week, huh?
Also the nanoFlex toric IOL, made of collamer and possibly having some accommodative properties, will be released in Europe this year and I believe research is continuing on whether it can be marketed with a claim for accommodation.