OK, and because I'm me, I'm really more comfortable talking technically, so here's my take on what it smelled like:
First off, a shock of bright chemicals with just a pinch of that 90's peach smell, quickly settling into upfront oranges that are almost exaggeratedly juicy. Sniffing through my Perfumers Apprentice notes kit, I recognized a lot of Hedione, with both its disembodied chemical juiciness and its weird salty iodine heart. In untitled, at least for a moment, I could smell a rich layer of that weird whipped egg white smell of aldehydes, as well as the strangely comforting warm saltiness of calone. The only remotely-natural touchstone is a nondistinct woody smell, sort of like a thin artificial sandalwood thickly shellacked with these bright/eggy/salty chemicals and still quite fully coated with the lasting remnants of the citrus. Unlike everyone else, I'm getting a sense of development from this, mostly a long slow fade in prominence from the hyper-juicy oranges to the thin wood, while that chemical mix just kind of sits there.
True to what Perfume_Addict said, the dosage has made quite a difference. I liked it best with one spray. The citrus stayed prominent longer. With a heavy application, the exaggerated citrus blew out my nose and all I really smelled was the thin wood and chemicals, but with a couple of off-notes thrown in that I didn't notice in a small dose (most notably a light touch of bile smell and a hint of that caustic-smelling aquatic note that reminds me of ammonia).