The 2010 Fair Districts Amendment was supposed to take politics out of the reapportionment process in the State of Florida. But instead according to the Center for Public Integrity, emails demonstrate that leading partisan officials worked with legislators to manipulate the process.
The 2012 reapportionment gave Democrats a fair and highly accessible map in the State House but a very blatant partisan gerrymander, not unlike 2002 to contend with in the State Senate. The Congressional map essentially conceded two new districts to the Democrats but then attempted a cynical gerrymander where Republican incumbents (minus Allen West) resided.
The full report can be found here.