I like them all but (especially with Dior Homme) find it hard to compare them. Yes, they all say "Dior," but Dior Homme was created under a totally different set of circumstances for a very different buyer. My background is mostly with fashion, so I always think of a designer scent along with the aesthetic that it represents. Dior Homme is really the first attempt to create a men's image for Dior; before Hedi Slimane in 2001 or so there really was no aesthetic for menswear in the house. So, it almost seems to me that one would have to have TWO "triades" of Dior scents; the first pre-Hedi with Fahrenheit, Eau Sauvage, and Jules (I guess you could also put Dune, if you really wanted to). The second with Dior Homme and the three boutique fragrances (eau noire, bois d'argent, cologne blanche). Otherwise, it really is like apples and oranges to me, or even like fragrances from a different house.