Just went again today, in 3D. It was better than I remembered, but worse in certain areas. I think the thing that irked me the most was Lizard-Mouse. I guess it was expected, but the way they did just seemed kinda goofy to me. If anything, I thought it was going really slow. First his uncle dies and then he waists half the movie searching for the killer. And when he stops he doesn't even find the guy! Plus it took at least an HOUR before he puts on the costume. And that high school... Man I wish I went there! Flash can beat the crap outta 2 kids in five minutes with a mob around him, but Peter "embarrasses" him and Peter gets in trouble?! Plus the rules about skateboards at that school are almost nonexistent.
On the other hand I do prefer Andrew Garfield as Spider Man. He has more of the jokester feel to him than the conflicted hero feel of Tobey Maguire. I also prefer Martin Sheen as Uncle Ben. The first Ben was just there as emotional baggage instead of an actual character. The effects were better, but that's probably due to technology of the times. Spidey also moved more like a spider, whereas in Raimi's trilogy he just kind of walked around. I mean sure, Maguire's crawled, but Garfield's seemed more fluid and spider-like, crawling around Lizard making a web.
So, in order of best to worst:
Spider Man 2
Spider Man/The Amazing Spider Man
Spider Man 3
After the credits when that man visits Connors, that thing he has in his hands was a fedora. He was also wearing an overcoat. I don't know many of Spidey's villains, but is this significant.