Yes, my comments were specifically referring to the VSL virtual Fazioli library in comparison to the VSL Steinway, which was the context of this thread.
Having played all of the VSL pianos, I would still maintain that the average classically-oriented pianist choosing among the various models would be probably better served by either the Steinway, Yamaha CFX or Bosendorfer Imperial over the Fazioli.
They all strike me as more versatile across a wider range of styles, whereas the VSL Fazioli seems to excel mainly in either early or modern/contemporary music. I wouldn't say I'm exactly alone in this sentiment either, as several other users have expressed more or less the same opinion.
In any case, everyone is free to try them out for themselves and come to their own conclusions.
As for the brand as a whole, I wouldn't say its my preferred sound signature, but I have played on other Fazioli-based plugins (notably Sofia-MZ's recent free one) where I found it much easier to adapt to different styles of repertoire, so I think it's at least somewhat down to the particular piano that VSL chose to sample, or their sampling process, or both. I mean, when it was first released there were literally users on VSL's message boards claiming that it was defective, and asking the developers to look into it because the dynamic range and response seemed so flat.
Within the wider classical world, I'm aware of a handful of high-profile pianists who prefer Faziolis (notable Angela Hewitt) but I don't get the impression that they are particularly sought out compared to Steinway, Bosendorfer, or even Yamaha. Perhaps it's changing among the younger generation, but I don't really know.