ode I can post one on Monday, they're all at my shop. But yes they do have a little bit of offset - not too much, just the right amount. I personally hate a lot of offset (I can't play irons with more than about 3mm offset), but I actually prefer a slight offset in a hybrid rather than the face-forward or negative offset like you see on so many hybrids. I understand that type of design on a fairway wood, due to the fact that you play it further forward in your stance and the negative offset prevents you from closing the face too much before coming in contact with the ball. But since a hybrid is meant to be placed in your stance where you play your irons and swung just like the iron that it is replacing, it make sense to make the offset of the hybrid similar to that of an iron rather than having the leading edge protrude to far past the hosel like a fairway wood. I think that may be why I love the Sterling irons, but I hate the Sterling hybrid and therefore stuck with my traditional length 3 & 4 hybrids. The #4 Sterling hybrid has -16mm offset compared to 4mm on the 5-iron, that's a 20mm difference (nearly 1") from one club to the next! I think that was the one screw up in the design of that set, he should have made the hybrids with the exact same offset as the irons, IMHO. Especially considering you're going to launch the SL hybrid a little lower since it is shorter and will have less clubhead speed, and more offset would help that by pushing the center of gravity a little further back for a higher launch angle.
Sorry for the nerdy tech-talk tangent. Back to your original question, yes I'll get some pics at address. 😉