Two All New Transformers: Dark of the Moon Clip Along With A New Action Packed Trailer

While the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Transformers is giant mega million dollar CGI robots beating each other's guts out, many forget the human side and drama of the films. Now thanks to two all new clips from Transformers: Dark of the Moon, we get to see some familiar faces such as Sam and Lt. Colonel William Lennox, and new ones such as Patrick Dempsey as Dylan, and Rosie Hunnington Woodly as Sam's new love interest; Carly.
The first clip shows Sam already with his all new girlfriend; Carly, talking to Carly's boss Dylan (Patrick Dempsey):

And here is the whole military squad team in action, under the command of Lt. Colonel Willima Lennox (Josh Duhamel):
Michael Bay has clearly stated in interviews that he agrees that Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen was packed with way too much story and characters, and that the balance between the human and robot sides of the story just wasn't there. So in his latest installment, he's trying to focus more on the robots and the action, rather than Sam's life. But my question is; how is that possible if you have to introduce a whole new love interest for Sam?

Now to top it all off,  the recent 3D trailer for the movie which played before Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides has been released on the web. While it's not 3D, it's still manages to give you the chills:
The trailer show exactly what Bay described, mind blowing action. I'm loving Optimus' new jet pack feature, but while I'm watching the trailer it seems like Bay going for an all out robot apocalypse. Not that that is a bad thing, but there is such a thing as TOO much action. We can only hope that we still get some comedic relief.

What do you think of the clips and trailer?