I hunted down a mini of Sunny Frutti for my perfume library because I'd read somewhere (Turin?) that it was a milestone of sorts: apparently it kickstarted the late 90s/2000s trend for uber-fruities.
In this case, first does not necessarily mean best, because I can smell something off-puttingly sour in the Escada fruit bowl.
If SF contains the same notoriously unstable 'pear' aromachemical as in Goutal's Petite Cherie (which is frequently reported to 'turn'), this might explain the sourness. So, given the possibility that my mini is less than fresh, I will just give SF a neutral rating and speculate on the juicy delight that it might once have been.