I have a rotating bin. I thought it would perform as advertised, but it's way too small. In order to compost well, "they say" that you need a cubic yard. I use my bin mostly to hold stuff in late fall. Then, in the spring, it gets dumped where I can most effectively use it, but it's no where near composted. I also have a worm bin. Almost all of my composting is done with sheet or trench, directly in the garden. I also dump a lot of debris into the chicken run, working on DL there and in the coop. That's a long term project, the stuff just melts into the soil. Eventually, I'll have tons of black gold that can go into the gardens.
My biggest problem, IMO is that in spite of having 25 chickens and 4+ acres, and bringing in 100 construction bags of leaves last season, I have no where near enough compostable matter.
Keltown, If I were looking for a "compost" solution, I'd consider making a combination hay bale garden/compost bin. I'd either make a horse shoe shaped bin out of hay bales, and put my compostables in the horse shoe, while gardening in the hay bale perimeter, or, I'd put 2 sets of 3 bales lined up parallel to each other, and about 2 - 3' apart, and garden in the bales, and use the space between for a "raised trench" compost bin. You could keep some flakes of hay, or piles of leaves available to cover new additions to the compost pile if you were concerned about "city neighbors".