I honestly found it hard to follow what exactly was going on, especailly during the fight scenes. I mean Spock at one point says "Kaine put in the most damage but I killed him" but I honestly couldn't tell by the panels. I thought there was too much going on and I kind of wish they didn't have so many Spiders in the book at once.
If Spider-Woman #1 is any indication, they'll all have their own (probably ultimately meaningless) side adventures and all the major stuff happens in ASM.
Trying to out-Slott himself, Slott is trying hard to make Silk even worse than Teenage Whats-His-Face from his Big Time run. She keeps walking around and trying to see if her attraction to Peter works on the other spiders.
Spock did have the one good line when he referred to Silk and her readings and called her a "incredibly fetching specimen" or something like that.
I honestly would've expected more fireworks to go off between Spock and Kaine and Spock and 616 Peter.
I've often thought Slott as that kid who just gathers all of his action figures and shouts out action commands and starts smashing them together and going PSHGH or GRRHGH or whatever types of sounds 10 year boys make when playing with action figures. This story is pretty much Slott playing with his Spider-Man action figures.