Sorry you do not feel it is right, BUT
The information has to be correct since it comes directly from the National Electric Code.
Nothing else matters since UL governs the lights and components, the NEC governs the installation of the UL equipment.
I do not know where you are getting your information on the 60 watt max? But as you can read in the code, it states nothing about wattage maximum.
Anything with a maximum wattage such as that , is the design by the manufacturer to get a UL listing on the equipment, it has nothing to do with the installation code.
You cannot use a NON Class 2 when the original specifications called for a Class 2.
That is changing the manufacturers UL specifications which gave it the listing to be allowed installation.
CLICK HERE and you can see that they make the LED drivers up to 100 watts, that is the limit that UL8750 allows