Loved it. Now that's how you hype your audience up for a superhero film.
There were plenty of freeze-the-frame-worthy moments in this entire trailer (Ant-Man and Hawkeye doing their little MUA2-style fusion attack, Black Panther in general, the Raft, and of course the final Spidey reveal at the end), but my favorite bit was definitely when Cap tells Tony, "I could do this all day." Not only is it the Russos paying homage to The First Avenger, but that sums up Cap's entire character arc in the MCU - from TFA to Civil War. That's Steve Rogers: a man who will not compromise his ideals, and will never stand down, even in the face of impossible odds. Yeah, Iron Man's probably gonna unquestionably whoop Steve's butt there, but that's Cap for you - doesn't matter if it's Iron Man or the bully in the alley, Steve won't back down if he's fighting for what he believes is right.
The Russos have got the perfect handle on the character, and if this movie kicks ass (which, judging from early screening reactions and TWS, I believe it will. Heck, I have more faith in this than BvS, if anything), and if they prove they can juggle all these characters while still maintaining such a focus on Cap...we're in for a real treat with the 60+ characters of Infinity War.
As for Spider-Man: I thought the voice was fine, and perfectly in line with the character. He's a teen going through puberty, after all. I mean, between Maguire's crying voice and Garfield's speech impediment stutter, I don't see what you folks are complaining about. I don't think there's enough to judge. And as for his dialogue, Spidey's the new kid on the block, thrown into a civil war between the freaking Avengers. We're talking Earth's Mightiest Heroes - not some street-level vigilantes; these are the best of the best, and now this team's split down the middle. I don't see why'd he be particularly wisecracking or cheery (but I do expect some jokes later in the film).
Not too crazy about the new costume though. Every time they try to modify Ditko's magnus opus, it never works and they always go back to the original (see ASM1 > ASM2). But with the retractable lenses, my guess is that this is this film's version of the Iron Spider suit, and hopefully Pete will have his more traditional look in future MCU installments. But I will admit, I absolutely love this mask though. The design of it is so quintessentially Ditko/Romita Sr., I'm surprised no one's mentioned that. The darker lines, the cartridges (?) on the belt, and the smaller chest logo definitely call to a more Silver Age-inspired design.
@thepreface Pretty cool to see another Elzhi fan on CV.