And as a preface, I have not set foot on WDW property since 2007. And I absolutely understand and believe the posts about the decline in various areas as they come from reputable sources here and elsewhere across the web: value, maintenance, planning and reservations, modern era ride replacements/entertainment, small details, etc.
But my question is (and not at all intended to discredit those who have had less than stellar experiences), what elements of the parks still really work? Favorite things, awesome food offerings, relaxing little spots, elements of rides, little known offerings? What do you love at WDW that keeps you coming back? Merely from the viewpoint of wanting to know what to seek out when I do return to Florida (which would likely be tied in with wanting to see Wizarding World and Halloween Horror Nights).
So, tell me all about the good/awesome things!