OP: First off, have you tried Bulgari Black?
I tried both formulations of Midnight in Paris the other day (EDT is fresher up top, EDP is a bit richer). I liked it well enough but I decided against purchasing it for several reasons. (1) For some reason I find nearly every fragrance that Oliver Polge is involved with totally underwhelming--the frustrating bit is that they are not BAD. It's almost as though he gets lazy and loses his motivation in the home stretch. This, like so many others, could have been 'great' but instead it's just 'nice'. (2) Midnight is WAY to similar to Bulgari Black for me to justify purchasing it. (3) Instead of enjoying this fragrance, each time I caught a whiff I wished I were wearing Black or I was reminded that this was not Black.
Granted, Black has a prominent burning rubber note (I would argue that this fragrance replaced that with a light leather accord). The overall effect is very similar. I'm not discouraging your purchase but I would give Black a try before you make up your mind.