I know this has been discussed before, but there still doesn't seem to be a satisfactory answer.
I'm much more of a DC guy than a Marvel guy, and most of what I know of Cap is from the movies, Civil War and AvX. A friend of mine who is very much into Marvel has always said that Captain America is not at all super human, he is just the very best a human can be. OK.
Then, in the Does Batman Always Win - Batman vs Captain America article, the author states that Cap is "Enhanced Human", and gives the physical advantage to Cap because of this. Enhanced is not the same as peak, it's something more. Yet, the Marvel Wikia database(each to their own but I find it very reliable) states that:
Rogers has no superhuman powers, although as a result of the Super-Soldier serum, he was transformed from a frail young man into a "perfect" specimen of human development and conditioning. Rogers is as intelligent, strong, fast, agile, and durable as it was possible for a human being to be without being considered superhuman.
This obviously isn't something that can be judged by feats, because many "Peak human" character do things no peak human could do in comics. I'd just like to work out, officially, what the stance is. I saw a quote from Ed Brubaker saying he considered Cap more than peak human, but I could never find a source for it.
Also, if Captain America is not "enhanced human" but just peak human, then that mean's he should not have gotten the advantage in the versus article, which would give the edge to Batman?