I liked some of his teachings. I recall a wonderful talk called 'The need to be alone", which was about how to get through the hindrance of existential fear.
KM made the wonderful distinction between 'loneliness' & 'aloneless'. Of course, in Buddhism, 'aloneness' is a spiritual state and, on the highest level, a synonym for Nibbana, what in Pali is called 'viveka'.
I also liked his view about 'death is the ending of thought'.
KM was certainly creative and articulate.