A good place to stay, but be wary.
The room had several positive qualities: the location is unbeatable for anyone seeking to visit Disney and Universal, the staff was friendly and responsive (we had an oven issue that was fixed reasonably quickly), the large campus had several activities and food options, the kitchen had essentials, and the bedroom included a large tub with jets. Antonio was very flexible and maintained outstanding communication to get the room set up.
That said, there was initial pressure while checking in to attend a time-share meeting. The incentive was a VIP status that allowed access to the many amenities at the resort (we were not interested, so we simply did not attend the meeting, but I believe most activities were not free without the VIP status). If you expect to watch TV, stop by the front desk and get a channel guide. Wifi is a bit spotty and limited to 3 devices for free, and if you want to use the ethernet port, bring your own cable.
Moreover, pictures here and on the resort website showed the room with a washer/dryer, a spacious bathroom, a kitchen with a bar, multiple living room seating options. None of these were present. Instead, there was no washer/dryer, a bathroom that was cramped (essentially just a water closet with a door to the shower - the shower could not be accessed while the bathroom door was opened), a kitchen along the wall with a dining table nearby, and a single couch with the living room.
All in all, this room can be a great deal for a week-long stay. If you are set on utilizing the amenities, be aware that you may have to spend a few hours of your time at a time-share meeting or end up paying more. Overall, I would very much recommend it for those who spend most of their time out and about, since it did provide a comfortable stay with all the essentials! Just make sure the price is right for you.