I agree that it seems Fille en Aiguilles has been gaining in reputation recently. I think (likely like many other SL frags) it's one that takes some real time to understand. For instance, I initially dismissed it due to its sweet stewed fruit opening (which I've come to like, by the way), but I now understand it to be much more about a dry, not-quite-austere frankincense note through most of the middle. For me it's largely a drier, contemplative, yet still warm fragrance. Definitely great for fall and winter. I find it less opulent and ostentatious than other SLs I've tried.