Oh! Yes, I took JetBlue to/from MCO early December. We actually only had snacks at Geyser Point so we could eat at Shake Shack (don’t judge).
Our waiter at WBG brunch was talking to us fro a while. He said he was working during the week at the WBG in the terminal. I also received an email that Chef Art Smith’s (I think QS) is now open? That is right by the JetBlue high 30s (?) gates.
I liked the new terminal! I can’t remember but there was a few food options, and this was a few months ago, probably more now. I had pre check and no problem. Baggage claim is all in the same terminal.
There were signs that you could get Uber there. I was told there was a “monorail” to terminal B but I had to take a shuttle to pick up my rental. I was able to return my rental to terminal c. I really liked the new terminal.
I flew into Terminal C 3 weeks ago. It’s big, spacious and immigration for international arrivals was very fast. It wasn’t particularly crowded.
The big issue I had was transport between terminals, they claimed to have a shuttle but they actually had a long haul bus (the type with cargo beneath) going back and forth and a huge queue for it. Maybe this was temporary. I hope. Apparently there is a train between the terminals but it’s a long walk and I didn’t see any signs pointing to it.
If you don’t need to connect to another terminal, I imagine terminal C will be good though.
Ride share stop is right outside, arrivals (upper) level.
I had asked a lot of people about this before my trip since I had the rental. I tried to follow my notes and I followed the signs to luggage (even though I only had carry ones) but there are no signs directing travelers to any internal transport and when I went to the info desk they acted like the bus was the only option.