Late getting back to this, but yeah, I think so. For a Vulcan, he's pretty easygoing and I like that he wasn't all stuffy like Tuvok about the luau. He took on a little bit of the Vulcan superiority complex when he proposed to B'elanna, but overall he's pretty open minded as Vulcans go.
Captain Solok was interesting for other reasons. Here we have a Vulcan with a serious superiority complex that he's aware of and enjoys thoroughly. He judges "emotionally handicapped species", takes part in rivalries, and is generally a jerk all the way around. What's fascinating about him is while he's making fun of "illogical human bonding rituals" he teaches his crew to play one for the sole purpose of giving Sisko a hard time.
The most interesting Vulcans were the ones we saw infrequently. But that's just my opinion.