So basically I'm just going to focus on a few of the elements of the show that I personally found to be great, because honestly there's just too much to cover in just one review. Think of it as sort of a highlights of Marvel's Daredevil if you will.
Characters such as the Kingpin quite literally make the MCU's current batch of villains (with the exception of Loki and Ultron) look pale by comparison. Hell, it's almost not even fair. If Marvel were to put half as much effort into strengthening their film's rogues gallery as they do arbitrarily "diversifying" their characters in the comics, then villains like the Kingpin would be in an abundance.
So yeah, he may not be my favorite iteration of the Kingpin, but he's definitely a solid close second in my eyes. And quite possibly one of the best villains in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
This episode in particular serves as an examination of the inner conflict of Matt's character. What's lawfully right versus what's morally right.