Definitely not. EPH-100 >> S4
I just picked the ones that I thought had the best sound for a non-audiophile. Balanced aside from a bump in the bass -> HiSound Crystal and Shure SE215. Can't really go wrong with them given no other selection criteria.
Any suggestions for an IEM that fits this criteria:
1. < $30
2. Has pretty good bass, but doesn't have to be massive
3. Must have a double/triple flange-type tip to fit my ear (The Meelectronics M9 stock style for example)
4. Looking for something with warmer/stronger mids than the M9.
5. Prefer trebles not to be super bright
Not a whole lot of IEMs aside from MEElecs come with a large array of tips in that price range. Sound-wise the VSonic GR99 comes to mind. Doesn't come with bi-flange tips but M9 tips would fit it if you have them. Same story with Soundmagic E10 (typically <$35) and Philips SHE3580. 3580 does leave room in the budget for some aftermarket tips. You could also stretch for the VSonic R02 Pro II or GR02 Bass Edition which come with bi-flanges and run $35-40.
There are a bunch with 10/10s - off the top of my head the old RE0 and RE-ZERO, the original Sunrise Xcape, some of the cheaper BA-based sets (Astrotec AM-90, Rock-It Sounds R-20 & R-30), a couple of VSonics (GR99, GR02 BE, GR06) have 10/10s. There are also dozens with 9/10 or 9.5/10, which are typically fantastic except for some minor flaw. You can search for a particular score by pressing ctrl+f on your keyboard and typing "Value (10" or "Value (9.5", etc.