If it happens, it happens, but I'm honestly not fussed either way.
Aboout three year years ago I was with Frederic Malle at the launch of the first dedicated Malle area in Joyce Boutique here (complete with 'telephone box' sniffing chamber) for a small cocktail do. It was a great informal chat, lots of sniffing the scents and candles and stories about working with the perfumers, Ellena, Ropion etc. until one very pushy woman who had been travelling in China just had to let him sniff an oud she had sourced in Szechuan province, almost a sales pitch . . .
It was a good quality oud (had a slightly 'spicy' kick to it) and he duly gave it polite consideration - hard not to since the moment she opened the phial it completely filled the room and wiped out everything else - but it was a party killer, conversation stopper and basically an incredibly gauche thing to do when he was introducing VIP clients to his line for the first time.
I guess he didn't take her up on the offer
and frankly it seemed so at odds with the aesthetic of his work at that time. Mind you, Portrait of a Lady struck me as pretty full blown 'popular' commercial experiment so maybe we'll see one at some point. Songe d'un Bois d'un Ete is the first creative use of oud in a composition that has caught my imagination, and Wasser took the woody oud chips route, rather than the oil.
Always interesting to speculate on what might happen, I suppose?