Here's the problem (s): I don't know if the formulation you will get will be more or less an abomination (for purists, at least), so I wouldn't be able to recommend any. On the other hand, if I suggest buying vintage, the person usually doesn't want the "hassle" of "hunting down" vintage bottles and fears that they "went bad" (I would say avoid splash bottles unless you trust the seller). And that's before we even get to your taste/preferences! And you might like a scent now but hate it in a month. Thus, I suggest buying some decants. How much could a decant of Azzaro Pour Homme cost? You might find a bottle for $15 or so (50 ml, I'd guess). Or you could buy "clone"-ish bottles that aren't expensive. You can get a lot more than you pay for with fragrances, but you have to spend the time learning and "hunting," and that's assuming you know exactly what you want. Why not put time aside to sample? You might find out that you like scents you never imagined that you would !