I've seen a lot and I admire the very accurate 'dream-like' quality to his films. At first viewing, it may be too surreal for casual movie-goers but it's not disjointed either. There's a clear progression and plot to his movies but it doesn't necessarily present itself easily. I even recommend a second viewing to some of his movies that are a little bit difficult to grasp the first time. The ones that I particularly like are Blue Velvet and Eraserhead, but my personal favorite, despite not ever wanting to watch it again because the message just hits a little too close to home, is Mulholland Drive. Also, a special mention to my favorite TV series of his, Twin Peaks and its corresponding movie, Fire Walk With Me. It was just about the best goddamn TV show I've ever watched.