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Best airport for a layover? (U.S.)

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Hi all! I am going to be flying from Hartford CT to Seattle WA later this year. I am trying to decide between several flights, with the main difference being the location of the layover. I want to choose the place (from the options I have) with the easiest/least stressful to navigate airport for a layover. My options are Detroit, Atlanta, Dallas and Cincinnati. (I eliminated Chicago myself, based on what I've heard). I've also heard not so great things about Atlanta and Dallas... and nothing about Detroit or Cincinnati. Any input? I just don't want to be lost, running around and/or traveling miles just trying to switch flights. Thanks in advance!

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