I love that, in spite of everything, Tony and Rhodey's relationship is still intact. Rhodey doesn't regret his choice in Civil War and somehow still manages to tease Tony. They were a beautiful parallel of Bucky and Steve, of what they were, what they would give up, and who they would become.
Just one of the many reasons that I like Rogers (and by no means the greatest) is that he doesn't mind using a firearm. A lot of super heroes have this strange aversion to conventional weaponry. Not Rogers. He's a soldier. He often doesn't need a gun, but he's not above utilizing one if the situation calls for it.