Raimi's version was a perfect Lee/Ditko Jameson, but a bit more broad and one-note than the more nuanced, often-heroic Jameson developed by later writers. Although the JJJ of the past few years' comics is broader again, more J. K. Simmons-like, unsurprisingly.
Ever since I saw him as the grouchy, acerbic CIA boss in Undercovers
, I've felt that Gerald McRaney would make a fantastic Jameson. I doubt very much I'll get my wish, though.