Creeds, both new and old ones, usually don't induce an extatic reaction of a gas chromatograph in a form of some rich spectrum graph. It might be contributed to lack of impurities in the used raw materials whether natural or synthetic, choose at will. Or it might indicate relative straightforwardness in the construction of their fragrances.
It may be regarded as a weakness by those who like fragrances to be lush. Those who prefer decency might, on the other hand, feel relieved that there's still a company not trying to knock down all your 347 receptor kinds with a single spritz.
The rest is a matter of taste.