I've grown a little bored with the scents I have sitting on my shelf. I also ran into the issue that I just don't seem to have a good scent for everyday wear in the Spring or Summer. Going to the local shops (Sephora, Nordstroms, Macy's, etc.) becomes too overwhelming at times, and I don't like feeling pressured by the people behind the counter. I heard good things about Lucky Scent's fragrance fittings. You give them some of the scents you enjoy and what you are looking for, and they'll customize five 5 mL samples. My feedback during the checkout was that I enjoy many of the classic scents that get mentioned around here a lot - Creed Aventus, Terre d'Hermes, Eau De Baux, Spice Bomb, Tom Ford Tuscan Leather and Creed Green Irish Tweed. I'm interested if any of you gentlemen have any experience with these scents. I'll list the scents they provided, based on the direction I provided. Creed Aventus - Bleu Satin by MDCI. (This fragrance bears some resemblance to Creed Aventus, but takes its own, unique identity. Pure sophistication) Tuscan Leather - Godolphin by Parfums de Marly (Like Tuscan Leather with a twist. It's interesting to compare the two scents) No baseline provided - Layton by Parfums de Marly (a niche, masculine classic) No baseline provided - Soleil d'Italie by Mancera (A new release. Clean, fresh, masculine) Terre d'Hermes - French Affair by Ex Nihilo (Has some of the DNA of Terre d'Hermes at first, but then develops into something even more complex and sophisticated) Bonus Sample - Frank 2 (An easy-to-wear [almost soapy] clean masculine scent with some spice) Overall, I'm pretty impressed with the scents that they picked out. I can't say I dislike any of them, and wouldn't mind having a bottle of everything they sent. Part of my feedback to them was that I didn't want department store scents; something unique and intriguing that, when people smell, it wouldn't be something they probably have ever sniffed before. However, most of these samples are all around the $200-$300 price range. May be a while before I pull the trigger on any of them.