Well, I don't have an Aureomarginata because it won't survive the winter here, so I can't compare to that one.
Almost all of my daphnes are blissfully fragrant.
Lawrence Crocker is nice, can smell it from several feet away, beautiful, reblooms sporadically over the summer, looks great all winter--
here's that latest picture
Right now Audrey Vockins is swaying me
She's got variegated leaf margins and looks great all winter with 'chief joe' in his golden winter coat--sorry he's kinda doing that brown before green thing at the moment and I've got some color coordination problems with the irises I plan to fix at some point
I've got an 'Eternal Fragrance' just down the way and across the path and both smell heavenly, a couple of young 'Cheriton' nearby too, and an abelia around the corner so it's all a bit much and I just can't say which one I could do without
sorry name change--Zabelia