I finished the first volume of the Spider-Man: Big Time Complete Collection, which is the the first chunk of Dan Slott's solo run on Amazing.
The first half of the book I had fun with. Slott sets up a new job for Peter at Horizon Labs and an interesting use of the Venom Symbiote as a Secret Agent figure. He also sets up Phil Urich as the new Hobgoblin, and makes him a sort of dark mirror of Peter, which I thought was quite a clever idea.
It's the back half of the book where Spidey joins the Future Foundation, that my interest started to drop off. I couldn't get into Hickman's FF run, and that's the feel this is going for, so i just ended up skimming most of those issues. After that there's an okay two parter written by Christos Gage with Peter teaching at Avengers Academy, and then just filler backup stories.
The art is mostly from Humberto Ramos, Stefano Caselli and Marcos Martin and its solid throughout. Especially from Martin, who's style and layouts bring a real old school feel to his issues.
Overall I enjoyed it and I've already ordered the next volume. I just hope the FF thing isn't a big part of it.