I think a budget pick is a good one because you need a lot of cash if you're heading over to Magic Kingdom and the rest of the parks, and the beer prices are crazy inside the Theme Parks. go
You need to be careful about the location your renting in. There seems to be a lot of deceptive advertising and don't count on the ten minute drives to Disney World that all of the vacation home rental companies advertise. It is really important to use google maps and take a good look at the distance and traffic flows of your targeted attractions. Orlando can be a mess sometimes, but anything within fifteen minutes is not too bad. When the drive times get up higher like thirty minutes in normal traffic, that's a little too much wasted energy. Your trip to Florida is supposed to be all about having a good time and keeping the smile on your face. Be careful not to rent anything way far away, and definitely understand exactly what you're driving distances going to be. The city of Kissimmee is a darn good place if you like that location. You'd be surprised how cheap the value resorts at Disney can be such as All-Star Movies resort.