Every speaker produces its own signature sound, and I guess it's up to us the consumer to decide what we like at what price point we are willing to pay.
We hope that our choice is as close to the original sound recorded.
Perhaps it's me, but I like to think that I got a deal with my choice of speakers, and ended up with a speaker that produces a pleasing sound to me at a much lower price point than a comparable sounding speaker from someone else.
I listened to Paradigm studio 60 and 100, and found the 60's were lacking in fullness compared to the 100's. But from my memory, the Paradigm Studio 100 speakers were not quite as dynamic as the Axiom M80 speakers I had, so I would give the nod to Axiom
I have not heard the Axiom M100 speakers, so I can't compare them to anything else.
I have not a clue what to compare the LFR1100 to, nor the money and time to find out.
People are like a box of chocolates. It's hard to tell initially which ones are nuts.