I'm all for this shitty Amazing Spider-Man storyline to end before it gets any worse (like that's possible) but after everything Sony has done to fuck the character up on the big screen, I'm less than enthused to see him in the MCU if total control hasn't shifted back to Marvel Studios. I mean, if whatever new rebooted version of him that's due to appear, presumably, in Civil War is the one that will continue to be produced by Sony, unless Marvel Studios is going to be heavily involved in at least the development of the scripts, it won't help Sony stop embarrassing him (and them) in front of his devoted fans. Letting Sony just do what they've always done (and word is, the execs aren't happy about what's being done with him either; of course that makes no sense because they're the ones in fucking charge of what's done with him!) is the worst thing Marvel Studios could have done in their negotiations so let's hope they left room for some creative control over Sony's productions.
But seriously, it would be hard not to find anyone who would be a vast improvement over Andrew Garfield. He reportedly says he took the responsibility of filling those red-and-blue tights very seriously and I can only call bullshit on that. He even said he was interested in playing Spidey in an Avengers movie, the little turd. And now he says he's been interested in quitting for a while? No wonder these movies suck, they can't even get people on the screen to agree with them.
Rumor has it Logan Lerman and one other young actor (I forget, and I can't remember which youtube video has them) are being eyed for the nerd-turned-hero and I'm all for either. They both had the pretty much completely right look for a Peter Parker and they're not half-bad as actors.
Edit: Okay, just read a few official articles and it's almost entirely good news. So not only will Spidey be a major part of the MCU starting with a cameo (or more significant role; we'll have to wait and see, though some are concerned he'll be overshadowing Black Panther somewhat) in Captain America: Civil War, but the next film that Sony releases is going to continue on in that universe and be an official part of Phase 3! This does have the strange effect of shifting around the timelines in the MCU, making Infiniti War Part I occur prior to Black Panther (really not sure at all how that's going to work; maybe they're counting on people riding the high of an Avengers film again making BP a little more successful since a real, not-just-black-but-authentically-African superhero might strike them as a tad risky. Why aren't we more mature than this by now? Oh, and Inhumans isn't going to debut until after Infiniti War II, which does seem to indicate that the studio intends for shit to continue happening even after their biggest conflict. Which is why I still think they're going for this WAY too damn early. Do they really think they couldn't keep this momentum up if they put off Infiniti War until Phase 4 and let the Avengers continue to boost their own skills and strength and add to their roster?
The thing is, Sony still retains creative control over Spidey and all his crap even though there is the certain restriction that it take place within the continuity of the MCU. But seriously, their track record still needs way more improvement than simply being given that confidence boost and a truly effective framework.