I love your reviews! There are many people's reviews here that I look for when surfing through directory reviews. Your reviews have always been one's I've looked for when looking for perspective on a fragrance I've never smelt. We seem to have tried and liked similar things and furthermore, you seem to describe them in a way that I can appreciate instantly. Keep sharing your thoughts with the rest of the community as your contributions are much appreciated here!
As for the L'Homme Trio (as I like to call them), I've owned the Vetyver and I currently have Sport. I have sampled L'Homme on skin so I feel like I have an accurate impression of it. All in all, there are varying levels of uniqueness and competency in each of these fragrances, but I think ultimately Lanvin does a good job despite all the criticism they get here. Vetyver is quite classy and understated resulting in a light, nearly imperceptible skin scent. I wasn't crazy about the final dry down but that's more of a personal issue. Sport is a beautiful fragrance and it is as richly layered a woody aromatic as you'll find in today's designer market. It too suffers from shorter than appreciated longevity, only managing 4-5hrs regularly. L'Homme Original seems to last the longest though its not as interesting as Sport. L'Homme would make a good, solid go-to scent for those times when you need to smell clean and nice but don't need to make a statement or arose attention. In the same sense, it would work well as an everyday work scent. But once again, they're all competent and pleasant while they're around.
Great picture too!