Our first look at Captain Stacy (with a much bigger family than his comic counterpart), and our first clue that The Amazing Spider-Man will be following story-arcs from Marvel's Ultimate Spider-Man relaunch in the early noughties.
Actually, that series is a pretty good metaphor for what Sony's doing with the Amazing reboot.
Whereas Raimi's films stuck to the classic '60s iteration of the character, the Ultimate rebranding was more youthful, more jokey, less bogged-down in adult issues and - significantly - more interested in Peter's parents than any previous comic-book Spider series.
The Parker of the Ultimate line was a modern version of the youthful character an entire generation had missed out on (remember, the comic-book Spider-Man was middle-aged and married by this point).
It feels like Garfield is playing THAT Spider-Man, which is very different to the version Maguire played.