J'adore l'absolue has better ingredients. It is more expensive too.
As you know, here on BN we don't like to categorize perfumes as male/female. I must say I am no fan of most of the things in your list, for either sex, except Paco Rabanne, and that's perhaps one hard to pull off for women. For unisex (in the common stereotypical way) that can be found at Sephora, I'd say Kenzo Flower and Bulgari Black.