The 2011 Complete Walt Disney World book only gives POFQ 1 star (PORS has 3 stars). Here are some of the specifics from the 2011 edition, their reasoning behind the one-star rating:
[I]These two sister resorts are quite different. Corners are cut everywhere at POFQ, with few amenities and a sub-standard food court, but no restaurant. POR is a significant step up. This spacious Southern resort is dotted with magnolia and live oak trees. It’s the only Disney Moderate Resort with rooms that sleep 5. Amenities include both a food court and a restaurant, a fun main pool and shady quiet pools set within the lodging areas, and a wealth of recreation options.
Highs: POFQ - Rooms are close to fast-food dining and the limited recreation , hot fresh beignets. POR - Great pools, some rooms sleep 5, lovely grounds
Lows: POFQ - Uninspired rooms, sub-standard food court, no restaurant, grounds are a little shabby, superficial theming. POR - Rooms are in need of refurbishment, getting to your room can be quite a hike if you don’t have a car.[/I]