Saw it this afternoon as well, and loved it. Now to be honest, I'd be pretty excited for about any Spider-Man movie that was coming out, as I tend to just be happy to see my favorite hero on the big screen. I thought it was a great movie though, and Garfield is pretty spot on as Peter Parker. I was a fan of the Raimi movies (again, Spidey 2 is one of my all time favorites), but I think this new franchise is off to a great start and I can't wait to see where they go from here.
I can see where some people are pointing out the fact that some of it seems like "been there, done that", simply because they include the origin in this movie again and it hits some similar beats. That being said, I think this origin is better than what we saw in the original Spider-Man. Looking at the two movies objectively, and not just which one came first, I think this one had a better overall story and stronger acting and characterization. Emma Stone is lovely of course, and I thought the Lizard turned out well too. Also, if it hasn't been mentioned, stay through the credits as there is a scene about mid-way through that sets up a sequel (but is also confusing to some degree). Anyways, overall, it was a great movie and may be my favorite Spidey to date just due to the portrayal of Peter and having a wise-crackin' Spidey. I didn't have a problem with Tobey, but this Spider-Man was closer to what I think of from the comics I've been buying since I was 5. Great stuff.