I tried it this week, and I love it as a masculine, myself. I got a nice-sized sample of Tauer's Vetiver Dance from Lucky Scent, when I bought a bottle of Tauer's l'Air du Desert Marocain from LS. I was aware of the less-than-favorable review by TS in Turin & Sanchez' The Guide--something about Mr. Tauer having used the wrong (read: metallic) floral with this blend. For my own comparison, I have used--for years--Guerlain's Vetiver (which Turin describes as 'reference vetiver' (and I love it)).
I used a liberal amount, a few times this week, to try Vetiver Dance. I find the vetiver root itself has more 'punch' than Guerlain's example. True, there are some (supportive) floral notes alongside the vetiver in VD--but they are only readily apparent in the top notes. The heart, and the drydown, are all heavy with vetiver root, a pronounced emphasis on that ingredient. Which strikes me as appropriate, since the name of the EDT is 'VETIVER Dance'. The scents commingled in Vetiver Dance are bit players; this thing is great for any man or a woman who really likes the vetiver root. In the Tauer formulation, the vetiver is a bit stronger, broader, more salubrious than the Guerlain fragrance--which is rendered, by comparison, a bit thin.
Pricey, to be sure--Tauer fragrances aren't cheap--but absolutely worth it.