No, and the reason for that is simple: when you've got a neck-through build, then the guitar is definitely NOT a Les Paul style guitar anymore. Neck through builds are their own animal, and really shouldn't be considered the same as a bolt-on or set-neck guitars.
It would be confusing for people were one to not go into a lot of detail to explain why a neck through is very different. I'm anything but perfect or great, but when I'm writing about guitars, I'm at least trying to eliminate as much confusion as possible, and so, a neck through just can't be called a Les Paul copy. It's just a different type of guitar.
Neck-through builds can be fantastic. I'm not slighting the guitar you mentioned or neck through guitars at all. It's just that I can't in good faith ever call a neck through guitar a Les Paul copy, and I can't compare it to a Les Paul. It's a different type of guitar altogether.