Miles Davis Newbe Question

I recently purchased a CD by Miles Davis titled "Love Songs".
This is the first Miles Davis music I have purchased. What would be some recommendations as to some of his best material. Thanks very much for any feedback!
Thanks, Synthfreek. Just bought a used original Columbia. We'll see what it sounds like.
I was a late bloomer with Miles Davis (jazz in general), and, a friend , Mo, a Miles fanatic, turned me on to him, and Jazz . Mo had every recording by Miles, on either LP or CD, so I thought. I discovered a recording by Miles which Mo did not even know of, and it so happens to be my favorite by Miles, the recording by Miles I most listen to. "A Tribute to Jack Johnson". Admittedly, Miles has so many recordings, showing different stages of his life, but somehow, I am drawn to Tribute to JJ.

In my opinion, "Something Else" by Cannonball Adderley is the best jazz album ever. The reason I mention this is because Miles never blew better, he was at his absolute peak. He sounds better on this album than on his albums. This maybe the only album in my collection on which I like every cut.
Stardust is an often overlooked Prestige ballads album done in 1958. A Rudy Van Gelder remastered version was released in 2007. It has some of his classic band members - Red Garland, Paul Chambers, Jimmy Cobb and newcomer Freddie Hubbard. The 4 cuts are Stardust, Time After Time, Love They Neighbor, and Then I'll Be Tired of You. I like the Ballads album better, but Stardust is not far behind.

Giant Steps (recorded in 1959) is often seen as his exit from bebob. It was his first album that he wrote all the songs. It is known for its long improvisations and was his transition into his modern style.

I also like Monk and Coltrane at Carneige Hall (Thelonious Monk Quartet with John Coltrane at Carnegie Hall - 1959) as a good introduction in Coltrane. It was not released originally, but was re-discovered and released in 2005. Prestine master.