I agree in principle, as I think the space conquering method that scent brings to our presentation is partly what makes it so cool, but where I don't agree is 1) that the alternative is body odor. I find it rare that anyone I'm around in the city actually smells bad. It happens, but it's rare. Most people have no smell, even on the crowded subways here. Further, if people smell bad, they usually smell bad even if they're wearing fragrance over/under the BO. And 2) for most people, they don't really catch on to the variety of fragrances out there that can affect their presentation. Most people wearing fragrances (not Basenoters) wear one of the main dozen or 18 worldwide best sellers, and thus really, I believe, say very little about themselves through this presentation. (You'll probably agree, Adcs.) So even if people are wearing a scent, it doesn't render them much of an individual, so to speak, and the message I think they're sending is "I'm a scent wearer" rather than the more advanced, "I'm intriguing in ways you weren't expecting" way that advanced scent usage brings.
Just my quick thoughts though. I don't mean anything to be firm or judgments of anyone.