I'm going through them in order, and I just got done seeing OHMSS for the first time ever. Ironically enough, that's actually a pretty good movie/story...the only real weak point is Bond himself. And I don't think it was Lazenby's fault...I think his dialog was written poorly, and in addition, I just don't think Lazenby was into it.
Diana Rigg was incredible, Telly Savalas did his job fantastic. The story itself was intriguing...the only thing missing was Bond.
To be fair, I'm not sure Connery would have been a heck of a lot better in that time/place...because Connery wasn't really into the character anymore either...and I felt it showed on You Only Live Twice. It was good...but after the first four (which are all classic) YOLT was starting to feel a bit like a caricature.
Looking forward to DAF though...just because I always thought Mr. Wint and Mr. Kidd were both very comical, and yet very creepy. Probably some nostalgia talking there.
After that, I get to rewatch the Moore movies...which are just SO hit and miss with me. I remember liking FYEO quite a bit...but mostly despising the rest. LALD is a Bond "blaxsploitation" film and just comes across as stupid. MWTGG is underrated but forgettable. (it's not as bad as everyone says it is...but it's just OK). And to tell you the truth, I don't remember a single thing about Octopussy, because I havn't seen it since I saw it in the theater when it was first released....so that will be practically like seeing it for the first time again. Beyond the Moore films... I've never seen DAD, but I heard that I'm not missing much. I've also never seen QoS, so I'm reserving judgment on that one.
The ones I'm *really* looking forward to are the Timothy Dalton films, which are among my personal faves....and definitely the most underrated movies of the entire series...and Dalton is seriously the most underrated Bond.
The ones I'm seriously dreading (but I'm a complete-ist, so I'll watch them anyway) are the aforementioned LALD, and of course the worst of them all...(shudder)..Moonraker.