I like LM very much but I do think there's something a bit unbalanced about it. I would love to see Tauer fiddle with it. Keep the basic idea but take out some of the sweetness and amp up the florals.
I'd love to see someone with perfumery experience remark on this idea: that Tauer, with his innocence of industry training and his love of high quality ingredients, often uses familiar ingredients in unfamiliar ways. I would suggest that he is much more likely to leave an ingredient exposed, rather than surrounding it with the other notes that make it "familiar" to those of us who know the note through perfumery and not through the study of essential oils, etc. The dry, green medicinal quality of his lavender fragrance is an easy example of this but I think something of the kind is going on with the carnation and the resins in Lonestar Memories and a number of others. My guess is that partly there's a resistance to some of his things because his use of ingredients is alien, leaving some accords feeling blocky or rustic or something. But as a showcase for ingredients I think his frags are marvelous.