Dumbo: with a new interactive queue and a second ride to ease the line.
Astro Orbiter: Elevated and with the most speed of the spinners
The Magic Carpets of Aladdin: Perhaps the most maligned placement of the spinners but until Dumbo's expansion "a needed second spinner for the Magic Kingdom"
Triceratop Spin: The lowest rated of the spinners, probably because it makes no sense...Triceratop's don't FLY unlike Magic Carpets, Rockets or Elephants with big ears
One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish: Yes I know fish don't fly (for the most part) either...but this highly rated spinner brings a fun song and interaction to the ride itself
Kang and Kodos' Twirl 'n' Hurl: The final piece to Universal's Springfield expansion, which currently has nice views but will get better as Diagon Alley gets closer to opening date...has a mild interaction element and of course Simpsons' sarcasm for theming
Yes I know this creates the constant Universal vs. Disney debate...but it is interesting to see how even a basic ride system can at times be special
Well I'll bump this back up by saying that Aladdin's magic carpets is the best spinner in Orlando - as long as you know how to carpet bounce. If you don't know the secret to making your carpet drop 3 levels in the space of a second then Twirl and Hurl wins for the targets.
Dumbo gets high regards for being such an iconic attraction.
Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom
Disney's Animal Kingdom
Disney's Hollywood Studios
Disney California Adventure
Universal's Islands of Adventure
Universal Studios Florida
Universal Studios Hollywood