In my experience, any of the LIDOs are not ideal for espresso. At finer settings, I've always had burr rub and have had difficulty aligning the burrs well enough in the espresso range. With the locking ring design, it's also more difficult to get very precise adjustments.
The king of small burr hand grinders is the Kinu M47. The most cost-accessible (by far) titan grinder is the Pharos.
A somewhat cheaper but high quality grinder is the Helor 101.
A very compelling grinder for espresso at a fantastic pricepoint is the Knock Aergrind. History tells us that Knock makes very high quality and well-aligned grinders which are very espresso-capable and with easy grind adjustment. The only limitation of the Aergrind is small capacity, but it's plenty for espresso purposes. I've not used the Aergrind, but I have had the Feldgrind which is essentially the same grinder but a bit bigger, using the same burrs. https://prima-coffee.com/equipment/knoc ... bUQAvD_BwE
If I were you and could spend ~$350, I'd go for either Kinu M47 vs. Pharos.
If I were on a tighter budget, I'd go for the Aergrind.
For me, the LIDO series is great for brew grinding, but there are many better choices for espresso grinding out there.