Come on, that's unnecessary.
You should host a Bleu split. You'd probably do very well. - - - Updated - - -
Personally, I love the stuff. Hated it when I smelled it in the department store but ended up with a bottle somehow and now I'm onto my second. It's the only bottle I've finished and one of a few fragrances that really works for me anytime anywhere (TdH, Invasion Barbare, and Guerlain Homme L'Eau being the others). My girlfriend despises its trail when I spray it in the morning, and I've been relegated to putting it on in the basement or outside. I find it much deeper and more interesting than its commonly perceived and actually a fragrance that changes character depending on the day and develops dynamically throughout its life. I also prefer it to the Allure line, the Egoiste line, and both Pour Monsieurs (though I miss Concentree). I hold it in equal esteem to Sycomore. Long live Bleu.
On a sort of related note....I've been interested in frags for about 2 or 3 years now. You guys who have been around for a long time, let me ask you a question:
Have there been any male designer fragrances that have been released in the past, generally panned by basenotes and other 'aficionado' communities, only to be celebrated years later? I'm just wondering ,and not implying that this will happen with Bleu (though it may, who knows?)
Occasionally this happens in music and often with art, I imagine it must happen with cologne as well.