Four to recommend, all over the cost map, and all very different:
Fragonard Fleur d'Oranger is light and true, and pretty affordable.
Le Labo Tuberose 40 is only available in NYC (or when Luckyscent decides to offer the city exclusives, as they have once before), and is actually a predominantly orange flower fragrance, with an ever-so-sly tuberose drydown that is spectacular.
Keiko Mecheri's got two - Sanguine, which is much more straightforward, and Scarlett, which is orange and spices, and I adore it because it reminds me a bit of those orange/clove pomanders one comes across from time to time, but with a lovely watery element to it, too.
Bigarade Concentre smells like B.O. too much,to my nose.
Best orange I've smelled: Concentre d'Orange Verte.
I like Bond's Eau de New York a bit, but I haven't smelled it in a while. I can't remember if it was orange dominant or neroli dominant.
I've migrated to the Neroli camp lately, which I think is still orange but with more brightness and flowers.