Wilson excels at cabinet design resulting in high output capability. They excel in dynamics, as well as imaging. Powered correctly they can play any genre of music well.
What they don't have is state of the art drivers. IMO that limits their ultimate resolution versus the best speakers using the best drivers.
Wilson attempts to circumvent this with crossover and cabinet design, which works to a point.
Also, the Wilson house sound has evolved over the last 4 decades. Starting with a very analytical and "clinical" sound in the 80's to a warm, soft sound in the current line up. Both, ultimately, colored.
My favorite Wilson's are those from about 8 - 10 years ago, towards the end of Dave's control and while they were still sourcing Focal drivers. The current models are all too expensive for what they offer, and better sound at lower prices is available.
Just IMO of course.