Than again, it's an interesting topic and I'd read about that even if it appeared in this thread, so I'll start the controversy:
TOMORROWLAND from best to worst, without having visited Hong Kong:
1. Magic Kingdom (A Peoplemover and a decaying CoP. Fix CoP and I'll make a reservation.
2. Tokyo, though it's a distant second, unlike the excellent park's other lands.
3. Paris, because the Space Mountain was painful and I hold a grudge.
4. Disneyland Anaheim. Our Tomorrowland with our abandoned Peoplemover track, ugly & obstructed entrance, nightmarish Captain EO with obnoxiously moving seats, and Innoventions is the only weak point at the Disneyland Resort in the beginning of 2013 in my opinion. I still like the Jedi Training, Buzz, and Star Tours. The subs aren't bad and Space Mountain could be bigger so it had taller hills and turned in both directions.
Four way tie, though WDW's has a barber shop, Paris' is set about 20 years later which is interesting, and (detraction) Tokyo's has a roof which obstructs the view of the castle and takes away from the theme. This is sacrilegious, but I do prefer WDW's castle to Disneyland, so that gives points to the view on WDW's Main Street. Then again, I've been avoiding WDW for about 12 years, because I keep reading that it's gone downhill.
I'm ineligible since I worked at Disneyland's and am biassed.
The first one to re-open the Golden or Diamond Horseshoe Revue will buy my vote. It looks like it'll be Disneyland. Won't the MK get the Diamond Horseshoe Revue in 2013? How sad & second rate if they won't. The idea of replacing Tokyo's Westernland with a Carsland is, in my opinion, a big, bad, expensive mistake.