I haven't sampled it. One of the BN reviews is: "Smells like Orangina soft drink when I first put it on, and then it morphs into a coniferous forest kind of scent that lasts and lasts."
This is exactly what I don't like, which is a frag that changes so much. I like more of a transition that is consistent, such as when you have a strong patchouli drydown but some of the top notes are still there. Instead, I'd go for Azzaro Silver Black, which has lime and also the interesting caraway note, or else something like Montana (blue box), which is dry lemon, or Uomo? Moschino. If you like pine and herbs that last a long time, Pino Silvestre is fine, but with PS, I find that it gets boring after a while, so I've used it as a room spray and it's really great for that. Everyone is different, of course, and I'll be the first to admit that I've become quite sensitive and rarely use more than two sprays at any one time.