Given your tastes, if you haven't already, go to L'Occitane and try Eau des Baux.
It's woody, strong, and both dry and smooth in the opening, lots of different subtle spices.
IMO the opening is ok, but the drydown is really unbelievable for the price.
The drydown has the wood and spices there, with incense in front, and it's a really really good incense, very smooth and somewhat sweet. Like this!
There is just barely too much vanilla for me on the drydown, not unlike Bois Du Portugal's sweet drydown, or even the final Sandalwood/vanilla stage of Green Irish Tweed. But since you listed GIvenchy Pi as one of your favorites, this will be no problem.
L'Occitane Eau des Baux, I think is what you look for.