None of my google search results for "MCO TSA lines" resulted in conversations about what I learned quickly this morning are the worst security lines I have ever experienced. Why do initial ID/boarding pass checkpoints make the 5-6 areas converge to one line? Why? The serpentine line dividers then open to make the 5-6 checkpoint areas converged from the opposite side converge again before leaving you a crap shoot choice of which lane is best to join to go through the body scanner. (Body scanner. UGH.) Are lane dividers scarce in Orlando? Has the Disney/Universal funplex taken them ALL? I would think that Orlando would be the top location for premium queue design and optimization science. That queue was shameful.
This is not the airport's website. However, I suggest you join TSA PreCheck to avoid such experiences in the future.