Good move mate! M7 is easily one of the best designer fragrances of this millennium, if not of all times. Actually, I don't think it's a love or hate fragrance at first sniff. I did not enjoy it at first, but it won me over big time. If you don't like it, try again. Since I'm not that crazy about aesthetical nihilism or relativism, I'm going to tell you that beauty is a property of this fragrance. It's an aesthetic judgement, which means in kantian way, that it's an universal statement, not a mere opinion based on my own preferences.
To make my point clear, I would like to compare this to for example me enjoying, say, Centaure. It has something to with my personality, emotions and history. I would not make an aesthetic judgement, that Centaure is a beautiful fragrance. It would be a judgement of agreeableness. Just like a picture of my childhood home might not be beautiful, it might be that for me for personal reasons. I know most of you might not agree with Kant's aesthetics in this (post?) postmodern time, but why not give this dichotomy a thought? I would love to bring words like sublime and beautiful back to use, by something more than just to describe own emotions. Something - if not objective - atleast intersubjective.
Anyhow, enjoy this great scent!