I wear LV Uomo almost every day of the week... and I find it relatively easy to wear. It belongs to the so-called 'classic' collection, alongside Acqua di Colonia, Vetiver, and Spezie, to name a few. In general I find the 'classics' more versatile and accessible than the 'fantasy' collection (Dilmun, Piper Nigrum, Yerbamate, Teint de Neige), but even within the 'classic' collection, Uomo stands out as one of the more versatile fragrances. It is complex indeed, but less 'extrovert' than most other LVs in the drydown (except for Acqua di Colonia of course, which is in a different league in that respect).
It's been a long time since I've last sampled LV's; I should go back to Amsterdam and revisit some of them. I hope last year's comments on this scent aren't lost, because it has been described in detail by several members of this board.