I agree with the people that say the drydown is where Clean Men is at. The initial 'carbonated grapefruit' blast only lasts a short while on me and is gone before I leave the house, then it settles down into a definite clean smell, although i'm not sure if 'soapy' is the term for it. It's most definetly something for warmer weather and more casual occasions, I tend to switch between Gendarme and Clean Men for office wear, and people are split as to which one they like better (although male coworkers seem to dig Clean more while female coworkers tend to respond to Gendarme...go figure). While I do find that the drydown lasts quite a while on me, it doesn't project very far.
The one thing i've noticed with Clean Men is how much you use can create huge changes in the smell. Once or twice i've accidentally double-spritzed or done the anti-spritz (where for some reason instead of pressing the atomizer down and getting a nice mist, you do it too slow and a stream of Clean comes out leaving a big noticable wet splotch on the wrist) and in those cases Clean Men turns into a disaster: the citrus grapefruit part becomes overpowering, and instead of fading in 15-30 minutes stays around forever, changing into a rancid - sickly - sweet smell. But when i'm not spacing out and actually spray properly, it behaves quite nicely.