I've got a secret like for Tiffany for Men too. Never bought it, but I've come close. I held off because it is one of the two big men's scents that have tuberose as an element, and the other one is Floris Elite. I fall for Elite everytime I wear it, and I fall hard. So I've just stuck with that one because it's already in the collection.
I think it was this spring, but it might have been last winter that I wore Platinum Egoiste for a week straight. I hated it at first, but liked it on the third, fourth and fifth days. On me it had fantastic duration and I thought the best moments it had were the middle notes and the half way through the dry down stage: great florals sneaking out then. Really great on top of that resilient woody quality it offers. If I needed to I could make this one a signature scent. Mostly because it is right in the midrange of my tastes, exactly like you mention, Nearfantastica. A signature can't be knockout A grade, because then it gets brought down by constant usage and habitualizing ourselves to it. But a mid-grade fragrance like Platinum Egoiste fits there perfectly. Not the biggest trip, but kicks around nicely all the same and puts 9 tenths of the market to shame too.
Great reviews, man!