My suggestion. Don't read any more replies to this thread until after you've sampled them. Try to keep yourself free of preconceived notions of what it should smell like, and free of expectations (for good or bad) as much as possible.
I know it's hard, but I think it's best to just follow the nose, and going into a scent with too many expectations makes it harder to just 'listen to your nose.' Then, after you've smelled the scent, THEN search up its note list again and then read the reviews again and do more research on it. Well, that's my new approach, anyways (it's hard to stick to though, I can definitely attest to that. )