I've owned Chergui, Filles and Chêne. Out of these three, I find Chergui the most satisfying, and easiest to wear. Lutens/Sheldarke's tendency to overdose woody aroma chemicals, in the name of art, can at times be overbearing. Chêne is a good example, it starts out quite compelling, like a virtual, freshly cut oak tree. But it ends up being the olfactory equivalent of that Monty Python skit, "I'm a lumber jack, and I'm OK!" - repeating itself ad nauseam. Filles is quite lovely for the first couple of hours, but on me, the pine note goes sour, and it stays sour way until I wash it off.
Chergui, on the other hand, goes on beautiful, in it's hay/cherry tobacco sweetness, and stays lovely, all through its excellent development. I've never owned Borneo, but being a patchouli fan, I always give it a sniff at the perfume counter.