Lalazap - I love Arlo! That was on our very short list for this baby, but it just doesn't feel right now. I'm still sad about it and would love to see it get a good home. I also think Ingo, Aven, Miro and Jules are lovely, though.
Aletheia - While a name being gender neutral (ish) is definitely a plus for me, it isn't a requirement. I wanted to make it a requirement for at least the first name, but it's just too restrictive for us. Other names that I love that don't work for one reason or another are Auden, Shiloh, Arlo, and Aurora(Rory). Also, I think Alisdair/Ali/Alis for a little girl is adorable. I'm sure some people would react negatively, but I doubt there's any name you could pick that everyone in the whole world would like.
Jennyvangy - Knox is great! There's an artist from the town where I grew up named Knox Wilkinson. Maybe you'll like his art and that will be a good connection? https://www.facebook.com/pages/Knox-Wilkinson-Artist/106334589432381 Of course, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have a baby named Knox, but I wouldn't let that keep me from a great name. We actually considered one of their other children's names for quite some time. They are good namers, IMHO.
Rik - DP keeps telling me that having a popular name isn't the end of the world or the worst thing we could do to our child, but I can't seem to process that :)
Rowan continues to grow on me ever so slightly, and I ordered a rowan scented candle and a piece of rowan tree bark from Etsy to see if I like rowan in the house. That seems like a terribly strange thing to do, but I'm desperate enough to do strange things to feel settled with a name. I also realized that my sister has a nephew named Owen (her husband's twin sister's son). Would it be weird for her to have two nephews or a niece and a nephew named Owen and Rowan? Our "Rowan" would almost never see Owen, if that matters.