I would like to provide you with sound advice, no pun intended. The advice I offer you has helped me many times when building my system over the years. It is more about reviewing empirical data and making an informed buying decision.
I believe you are likely to succeed in making an informed decision by soliciting comments from people on this forum, or other forums for that matter, on how each one of these speakers sounds in their particular setup, rather than a direct comparison of each. The likelihood that such a comparison was made under ideal conditions, room acoustics, electronics, and the fact that each individual has different tastes, sets the conditions for limited and inaccurate feedback. Create a spreadsheet and add columns for each speaker with the attributes you like, and dislike. Obtaining information for each speaker by conducting Google searches on each speaker will aid you in building your spreadsheet and provide you with a sampling of good and bad merits of each speaker. You can do the same searches in forums. You can use each persons perspective, derived from your research, and based on their own setup, and experiences, to populate your spreadsheet. For example, sometimes comments may be made suggesting a certain speaker does not sound good because a few people agree on the same aspect of why it does not sound good, when in actuality, that particular speaker was not setup properly, the room was not treated, or a gross mismatch between electronics has occurred. After you compile your data, it will not take long to see a trend of the speakers in regards to the; strengths and weaknesses, different electronics used, individual room configurations, all equating to empirical data to aid you in your decision making process.
I use this forum and others to solicit information as well, but sometimes, mostly often IMO, you must take comments with a grain of salt. If a speaker sounds good to you, then it is good to you.
That being said, I have only heard a few speakers sound really, really, bad, and, that was because of the points I made above. I also strive to get the best bang for my buck. This phrase is relative in terms of our individual finances at the time we decide to make purchases. I am meticulous in conducting research of products before I buy. Of course, if a bargain comes your way, you like it; and can afford the product, by all means, take action. Good luck.