Bob, your quote is one man's OPINION. It is neither more, nor less, valid than any other OPINION. Speaker preference is SUBJECTIVE. The only OPINION that matters (to you) is YOURS.
Here's what you can count on. Axiom is a respected manufacturer of Audio equipment with excellent customer service. They stand behind their product. If you are dissatisfied with their product, you may return it within 30 days for a complete refund of your purchase price. Yes, you would pay the return shipping costs but, if you think of that as the cost of renting a set of speakers for 30 days to be certain they are what you want, that expense can be less painful.
When the speakers arrive, try real hard not to prejudge them. Fire them up the first time with an open, neither pro nor con, "we'll see" attitude. Indulge in at least 3 weeks of comfortable, relaxed, no pressure listening to a variety of music and movies, both familiar and new, BEFORE reaching any conclusions. During that period, try, as much as possible NOT to listen to your system. Listen to the MUSIC; get into the MOVIE; ENJOY yourself. At the end of the 3 weeks, you'll KNOW if the Axioms are for you.
P.S. You also might consider not asking for help and then disrespecting those who are trying to do just that. This is, after all, the "Advice From Axiom Owners" section of the forum, is it not?.
"People generally quarrel because they cannot argue." - G. K. Chesterton