Peart Is Always Tops, Chamberlain Should Be
Neil Peart seems to always top the lists (like this one voted on by fans: http://www.ranker.com/crowdranked-list/the-best-drummers-of-all-time).
I personally think Carter is tasteless. Bonham was an innovator, and the fact that he could play the way he did while he was completely blasted makes it all the more impressive.
I think that Matt Chamberlain deserves to be high on any list. Not only is he a technically fantastic drummer, he knows how to play on a pop/rock song intuitively better than anyone.
Technical skills, feel, taste, and restraint... Not too many great drummers--actually not too many talented MUSICIANS in general have that mixture of skills.
Sure it's fun to listen to Keith Moon wail on drums for 8 straight minutes in songs like "Won't Get Fooled Again," though. Maybe taste isn't so important after all! :)