Anyone paying even the slightest bit of attention to Superior Spider-Man knows that despite his promise to become a better person and a hero, Doc Ock has been doing quite a few morally wrong things. He's brutally beaten people, killed, antagonized some of Peter's allies, used mind control to force people to do his bidding, and has been wrecking havoc on Peter's life.
But he's also done a lot of good things. He has been stopping crime, he has used peaceful methods to solve problems despite his first instinct telling him to be violent, saved people, and has actively been working to improve Peter's life.
SpOck is a complex character who is doing both good and bad. It is easy to compare him to Peter to judge his actions, but why is it that we've readily accepted other heroes who have done things just like SpOck. Kaine has hurt villains more than he needed to, Wolverine has killed others, Iron Man faced off against some of his closest allies, and Peter himself made a bad call in judgement that got Uncle Ben killed.
But we're not so forgiving with SpOck. It seems that only his bad actions deserve to be talked about, even though he has truly done a lot of good too. It's been hinted that a reason he became a villain in the first place in because he never had supportive people to encourage him to be a hero. Is his attempt as the Superior Spider-Man useless if things continue this way?