Winnie the Pooh, "Honey, I Shrunk the Audience", and Gadget's Go-Coaster are all embarassments that detract from their surroundings.
Tarzan's Treehouse needs to rid itself of the static, lifeless figures.
I'm indifferent to Donald's Boat House.
Innoventions does not work in its current form, but might in a reconfigured state.
The Autopia could benefit from either more show elements and a greater sense of purpose or a migration to a new incarnation at D.C.A. Bio-Diesel, perhaps through a company like Archer Daniels Midland, would also help.
Star Tours is great, but, over the years, a host of small changes have resulted in a severe degradation of the experience. Those problems (the Energizer Bunny; the L.E.D.'s in the cockpit; the Energizer logogram in the concourse; FastPass; the fact that people feel compelled to rush through the walk-through exposition; etc.) need to be rectified, and a new flight or two is in order.