The current formulation IS literally watered down (on the box, the ingredients go Aqua-Parfum now, where on the first two it was Parfum-Aqua) - good thing is, you can find the 200ml bottle for a more reasonable price than before and just double your application.
Treat it like am EDC (which is kind of what it is now) - buy your bottles big and often and spray like there's no tomorrow.
This gives you the useful option of a moderate application, but you can still get to beast mode, and with the cost reduction you're probably still spending about the same amount over time, you're just buying the bottles more frequently.
Just let the excess water evaporate from your spray-a-palooza and there you are, still on the happy train to that amazing, life-altering drydown.
Greg Corbin and Terry Bates are a gay couple who move to Stan's neighborhood in the second episode. Stan was completely unaware of the fact that his neighbors are a gay couple and while initially prejudiced against them for their practice of liberal journalism , he merely considered them nice young men that just happen to live together. He later discovers that they are gay and is initially prejudiced against them until he realizes that being straight (and therefore, by extension, being gay) is not a choice and accepts them both, sometimes referring to gay love as something even more exquisite than heterosexual love.
McDonnell: Part of what was extraordinary about that is as you are able to view [the end approaching] you can then kick into gear and plot your finish. What that ends up doing is simplifying things for you. You know where your head is and you can let go in many moments were you probably would have worked very hard [before, but] you didn’t need to. So a lot of us felt a kind of simplification. A kind of humility that came over us and that gives you a lot of energy. You just know where you are going and you are proud to be a part of it. And you let go. That was the experience I think many of us had.