I just feel like the MCU Spider-Man isn't Peter Parker. He is "a" Peter Parker, but he definitely isn't the Peter Parker I think of in general. Ever since his introduction in Captain America: Civil War, he's been giving me heavy Miles Morales vibes. Am I the only one? It just feels like too much overlaps with Miles and there's not a whole lot of relation between him and the actual Peter Parker from the comics. Here are some things:
How fast he was thrusted into some super-hero related government crisis(The "Civil War" and the war that Miles joins not too long after his origin in the comics)
How fast he teamed up with the Avengers(In Miles case, the "Ultimates")
His general lack of direction and true, solidhttps://inro.in/gotomeeting/ motivation, even up to the point he is at now(Uncle Ben seems to be non-existent and he never seemed to learn anything along the lines of the whole great responsibility thing. Any heroics he does, https://inro.in/irfanview/ he just seems to do them for no deep reason or because he wants to prove himself to another hero)
His motivation turning from a vague, directionless https://inro.in/town-of-salem/ urge to help others to simply trying to impress more ranked super heroes(Peter trying to impress Iron Man, Miles (mostly) trying to impress Captain America)
Hell, even "Ned Leeds" is a dead obvious spoof of the Ganke character
Don't get me wrong, I love Miles Morales, and I don't think the MCU incarnation of Spider-Man is bad at all, I just feel he lacks any characteristics of Peter Parker and feels a ton more like Miles Morales, but he's named Peter Parker.