amazing, astonishing, astounding, awesome, and so on
let me decide for myself if something is astonishing or astounding
amazing means you stand and stare at something, not necessarily because it’s neato
egregious . . . this word means “out of the flock”, or outstanding, which can be good or bad; it used to mean “very good in quality”; in any case, don’t use it, it makes you sound frantic
innovative . . . this word is used by someone who is trying to sell something. It just means new.
literally . . . sounds shrill and anxious. Let it rest.
stupendous, stupefying, and so on
any superlative, unless you’ve earned it, but once you earn it you might find you don’t need it