Hi, logan! Welcome to Basenotes!
Brooklyn might be a tad underwhelming in terms of projection. It's a nice soft woody, and I love it, but it doesn't sound like a safe blind buy. If you had mentioned a bunch of mild woody scents as faves, I would say go for it, but not with GIT and Aventus as your staples (I like those scents, too). Brooklyn is like a sporty/girly version of Terre d'Hermès, with a touch of pine - closer to CdG Hinoki. Great stuff, but maybe not right for a blind buy, unless that description sounds appealing.
The safest Bond no. 9 blind buys from what I've seen on the boards is either New Haarlem or I<3NY For All for gourmand lovers.
Chez Bond has a lot of similarity to GIT - it's a citrus fougère with a more modern feel than GIT, and you may like it, but it's not a good blind buy, because it turns a lot of stomachs. Wall Street is also a lot like Milliseme Imperial, but it has a wet dog note that kicks in after a while, and that truly disgusts a lot of folks. So no blind buy on that, either.
Cooper Square may be more your style, if you can take the moderate lavender. It's a modern masculine with some nice balance and complexity, and it would compete for my Aventus dollars, but there are some haters on Cooper Square, so I'm not even sure that's safe as a blind buy.
Harrods for Him is very nice. It has some Chanel feel to it. That's my most recent Bond no. 9 buy. Not sure if it's a great blind buy, but you would probably have no trouble reselling it. It's actually very likable (read mainstream and wearable), but it's complex and interesting enough to get respect from niche lovers. I could wear it daily. You should also try I<3NY For Him - it's like an even more mainstream version of Harrods for Him. I love it because it's skillfully done and semi-novel within the mainstream space, but it's still in the mainstream space.
Sorry for no easy answers, but hope that helps.
PS - Bleecker Street is fairly popular, too. That might be safer than Brooklyn, but not by a lot.