Based on reviews, I'm gonna say Burberry The Beat. Lots of negativity in the review section. Guess what? If you don't like pepper, don't even bother with it, don't bash it because it's an overdose of a note you're not particularly interested in to begin with. There has always been info/reviews/youtube vids on this stating it's very peppery.
Based on just unheard of fragrances, I'm gonna say Kanon Norwegian Wood for one. It's basically a one note fragrance (sandalwood) that is just as good as more expensive niche fragrances but is literally 97% cheaper than Tam Dao. I guess if this were more readily available it would get more love though. Another one is Samba Kiss Me, it stands out like a mother.. It's a gourmand with a niche risk. It takes a chance and pulls it off. It feels 10 times more expensive than what it costs, it doesn't smell like any other gourmands for the most part (smells like lemon meringue pie). Projects great, lasts long. Does everything that a far more expensive and unique niche fragrance does. So why is this unknown? Simple.. because it's in the Samba house. Finally I think Realities by Claiborne is very overlooked. We all know Claiborne just pushes synthetic messes. As synthetic as synthetic gets, Realities is no different, but it's synthetic going for natural. I get these natural vibes from it. I get blasts of coconut and lemon, powdery and woods; sort of smells like macaroon trees growing in a natural woodland area with a river running through it, the river being made of lemon juice, but not the freshest lemon juice and certainly not the zestiest, but it's definitley there. This is a great summer fragrance choice that doesn't focus on citrus, doesn't focus on fruity notes, isn't tropical, and isn't even close to an aquatic. Excellent, and overlooked!