The whole Modern Warfare collection was a fun series to play through. I loved every minute of the campaign, and I always came back to play some of the missions that were to irresistible not to be played again.
But in the last Modern Warfare's it has a totally different feel to it, more violence or something, I can't quite make a useful word to describe it. MW3 had a brilliant campaign feel to it, I loved every mission it had to offer. But after playing through the campaign over and over again, I noticed something. It felt kind of rushed, like they were hurrying to make a exposition to IW's best series they've created. I didn't get Soap's death in MW3, I really didn't. He feel through what exactly? Several feet out of a window, and he just about died? Switch back to MW1, remember when Jackson's helicopter was blown out of the air after the nuke, and he just about survived the crash for a couple of minutes? I'm sure Soap could last. I guess the series HAD to come to an end, and I kinda hope it doesn't. It was a GREAT series, and I'm curious to see whats up IW's sleeve for there next series after Treyarch or whoever develops the next CoD.
So I guess to answer the question, Soap's death pissed me off greatly, and just felt lost without the original team. But atleast we have Captain Price, he's my favorite character.