I definitely lean towards the feminine side when it comes to unisex names.
Only boys: Reeve
Only girls: Indiana, Bellamy, Rory, Rowan, Sawyer, Layne, Tegan, Adair
Shiloh, Harlow and Rowan. Shiloh I prefer for boys, Harlow and Rowan I like on both.
EDIT: I love Paris for a boy. For a girl I quite like it too (don't shoot me, berries!), but Paris on a boy; I would swoon.
These are what I like as unisex names...
Girls: Dillon(Only in this spelling), Emerson, Addison
Both: Peyton, Jordan
That's pretty much it. I don't care much for boys having a "girly" name. That's just me. I have see where it actually sounds good for a boy, but they had strong male middle names to make it more masculine sounding.
If I were ever going to give my child a unisex name, it would be one of these (from their respective slots):
B&G: Jamie - Kerry - Rowan
B: Shiloh - Stacey - Indigo - Ashley
G: Noel - Audrey - India - Leslie