This is closed minded. The Kemper will give you all kinds of adjustment on the Axe profiles. Since it is not an exact copy you will get the distortion profile and a freq curve baked into the cab. Then you can use this amp with other cabs. Use the new cabs with other profiles. All kinds of options.
Why not make something new and exciting?
Why limit yourself to a profile someone else did? Was it done well? Correct mics etc? The gain you like? EQ'ed how you like?
Why even own the Kemper, profiling is half of the fun? Put an EQ in before the Axe and boost the mids where you want them, then profile it.
I thought for sure when I bought the Kemper I would be using all these great profiles on the RE etc. No, I use the ones I made on my old modellers 90% of the time.
Half of the profiles in the RE are much better with a new CAB because they have amateur mic placement, etc. You can do some super clean Axe profiles and EQ after the amp/Axe to get some decent sounding CABs that work for you. Then put them in a folder in RM and cycle thru them with your favorite amps until you get the magic combo.
You own the stuff, why not use it? I bet you could make some crazy profile and call it something traditional and post it and no one would be able to tell the difference.
Maybe it depends on what you want from a Kemper. I expect the most accurate reproduction of an existing sound. That's why I bought the Kemper to replace exactly several amps. Not more not less.
If I wanted to tinker with sounds, I would choose a modeller (Fractal FX III).
Two fundamentally different views.