Man of Steel was really good as far as comic book movies go, but I've just been getting the feeling that people are overrating his power.
First off, people claim he could "mop the floor with the entire Avengers team." What did Superman do, other than withstand an artificial gravity beam and break buildings, to suggest he is better than Thor alone? Sure, he's faster and probably stronger, but do people forget that Thor leveled a city-sized landmass with Mjolnir? Do they forget that Hulk actually has better strength feats? And that he failed to support the oil rig? Now, for the fans of MoS that are about to say that it's because the floor broke and not Superman's lack of strength, you're wrong. Superman was screaming and passed out, he wasn't strong enough to hold the oil rig.
Second: his feats are overestimated. He broke a whole lot of buildings, but that's not very quantifiable at all. The world engine is also overestimated. Gravity doesn't work the way people think it does. The fact that he resisted a gravity beam that altered Earth's environment doesn't actually make him that strong. Right now, we're resisting the gravity that pulls the moon through its orbit, the gravity that pulls the ocean in its tide. See what I'm saying? Also, people like to use the black hole feat, but forget that it wasn't strong enough to pull Lois off her feet. Therefore, that feat is utterly useless. People just seem to look at the amount of damage they caused and think: "wow, he's amazingly powerful." When in reality, he isn't.
So in all honesty, I think MoS Superman is much weaker than people claim he is. I'll probably get a lot of hate for this, but I'm just throwing it out there.