I'd say my favorite thing is the Tower of Terror because of the atmosphere of the queue leading up to it. Rock N Roller Coaster is up there. I like the set design on the outside of Star Tours. I like the music piped in right outside the park and in the area near GMR. And the table service restaurants.
First of all, thanks for sucking up to me can calling it by it's actual name: The Disney-MGM Studios.
Now to answer your question, as I've said before, "it's my favorite park to do nothing in." This is because I enjoy the atmosphere (not just because of streetmosphere) but the art deco, the BGM, characters, and entire set up make a fun atmosphere that I really enjoy. I've seen the shows and been on the attractions many times (except for Backlot Tour, I think I can count that experience on one hand, heh.) So I still go there because I enjoy it, especially doing nothing.
I wasn't sucking up. lol. That what I call it too. I remeber when the Disney MGM Studios opened, and the Backlot Tour actually had stuff in it like Dick Tracy city scence and Dip Moblie. I miss that.Who Remebers "Superstar Television"?
Speaking of Muppets. I am thankful that the Studios has the big foundtain and big building for Muppet-Vison instead of DCA's version. Plus Bean Bunny, one of my favorie Muppets. Who is yours?
Heh, wel the Muppet are was original supposed to be a Muppet Land - so that is why it looks so wonderful in the Muppet Courtyard. As for DCA's area, I have heard that was an extra statue from Paris? Not quite sure if that's true, but it is cool but it doesn't fit the area as much as a Muppet one might. Oh... and my favorite Muppet is Sweetums but I have quite a few favorites too.