Finished it off earlier, I really enjoyed it.
The pacing worked much better here, even moreso than series 2, and it did so while sticking to one broad storyline as well. The new characters work very well, Ray was written in such a way that for a big chunk of the first half of the story I wasn’t sure if he’d cut a deal with the Kingpin (beyond what we saw on-screen) in episode 1, and Bullseye was a fantastic antagonist. I especially enjoyed the bits where they played around with timing - the scenes showing the FBI raiding Matt’s apartment before we see him return to it, and the similar sequence later when we see the kill order twice.
The real standout is Deborah Ann Woll as Karen Page though. She has a fantastic nervous energy as Karen’s actions get more and more desperate, and her flashback episode worked really well in terms of her anger and frustration at her home life.
If anything, the conclusion is a bit too convenient, and a bit too much of a repeat of the series 1 finale - but it’s a minor complaint I think. Daredevil and the Kingpin’s final fight is far more satisfying and brutal than their one in series 1, which helps balance it out.