I've not been around these parts in a while, so I thought I'd make a splash by making a bold proclamation such as that
Now let me clarify, I certainly don't think it's the best made of Craig's films. It's certainly not as ground breaking as Casino Royale was, but than again it's really hard to catch lightning in a bottle twice. It's also not as slick as Skyfall, while Skyfall was nearly as long as Spectre, it felt so much shorter, I think Spectre has some pacing problems, but certainly not as bad as I thought when I saw it in theaters (I've seen it twice now).
I also think this film has some of the most inventive action sequences of the series. Bond pursuing Hinx and his crew in the plane is probably my favorite, just because of how absurd it is, but it wouldn't be a Bond film without a little absurdity. I'm also in the minority I think in enjoying the Rome car chase, it doesn't really do anything new, but it's a solid action sequence which is played mostly for laughs which is not something I have a problem with. I do agree with others though and thought the streets were unusually bare, especially for midnight.
Christoph Waltz also sold me as Blofeld. Sure the reveal is played up as a twist, but he does the character justice in my opinion. Despite the familial connection they force on the character, he feels just as much as Blofeld as the previous actors. This is why I hope Craig comes back, I'd love to see this relationship explored some more and also see the character emerge as the real threat to Bond that he was in the 60s.
As I mentioned above, it does have some pacing issues, however it played better for me on the second viewing. When watching it in theaters I could really feel the length, but when I watched it on video the pace was much better, though it does lose me a bit when Bond is taking to Blofeld's headquarters (speaking of that, it's so cool to see an old fashioned villain HQ again).
So in the same way I can say "Spy Who Loved me" is technically better than "Moonraker" I love "Moonraker more, just like I love "Spectre" over Craig's other films, even though it might not be the best made film.