Love that carefully deliberate thought-bubble from Spidey to inform us the tenement behind him was abandoned; no collateral damage here, folks, the Punisher certainly hasn't caused any innocent deaths and Spidey's not culpable for any by dodging. I'm not necessarily into that kind of story-jarring note, but I do think that it represents a perspective that shouldn't have been lost. The modern indifference to bystanders, and the trend that deaths and danger are only relevant when they're to named characters - that superhero comics are a war between capes and masks, rather than capes protecting uninvolved third parties from masks - strikes me as creating a far more morally unimpressive and totally unheroic atmosphere than Spidey not caring that the Punisher's a killer.
(Admittedly in the Marvel U, at least, uninvolved third parties are douchenozzles and it's easy to see why the reader isn't asked to care about them anymore. That doesn't help DC, though.)