I ordered a sample expecting something akin to Tom Ford's Tobacco Vanille, but Hunter is nothing like that at all. Actually, it's a very traditional lavender/coumarin fougere along the lines of Caron's Pour Un Homme.
The lavender is fairly subtle, while the coumarin is strong and vanilla-ish and made even stronger by the tonka-ish tobacco leaf, which is quite similar to coumarin. The fir resin provides a very subtle green hue under the lavender - at no point does Hunter smell woody or leathery. There's a subtle fecal tone (similar to Pour Un Homme) that hovers in the background, making Hunter smell quite old and French.
It's mostly basenotes, so it doesn't change much over the day, just getting a bit darker. If you're a fan of classic fougeres or old French formulas, it's definitely worth a sniff, and may also appeal to someone looking for a vanilla that's only slightly sweet and completely stripped of marshmallow silliness.
Personally, I'm not a huge fan of this sort of scent (hence the neutral rating), but it does what it does quite well, if that's what you're into.