Here is a link to a nice version.
The money shots are almost identical to the Super Bowl spot, so there isn't much new to add. The trailer is almost entirely composed of said money shots, without a trace of narrative or storyline (I didn't notice any music and there are only two brief dialogue scenes). It certainly looks scarier, darker, and much more intense than the campy original (allegedly what Michael Bay is aiming for). This also seems to be more of a 'how would the world react if this really happened' movie, which will automatically be superior to the contained and introverted original story. I kind of like the idea of a horror film involving murderous giant robots. Anyway, even if I hate the movie as much as I hated the original, it'll still likely be worth taking in one viewing in IMAX.