I've been on a big Zelda kick recently. Over the past couple of months I've played through most of Link to the Past (stopped at the desert temple, crystal #6, after getting bored since I've gone through the game at least a dozen times by now), Ocarina of Time (GC, completed the Water Temple with help from a FAQ), Twilight Princess (GC, completed with all 45 heart containers over several days last week in 31 hours with no FAQ - it was during the big blizzard around these parts) and am currently going through OoT's Master Quest completely blind (just finished the Forest Temple with a mild headache). Suffice to say, I've had lots of experience and time spent with the series recently so I'm very much in that Zelda headspace. The new WW screenshots rustled up some buried emotions, as it doesn't look like the original game to me, which will always be a visual favorite.
I've played through WW a few times since its release, and even though the game doesn't flow very well, it's my second favorite Zelda game to just exist in (OoT is currently my first). There's something about the original cell shading and the open-ended exploration that really makes me feel like I'm just coasting around on the ocean with a friend, enjoying the game at my own pace and seeing the sights as I see fit. It's a fun sea-exploration game, but as a "Zelda" game it does fall short in a few pretty crucial ways (Triforce hunt, not enough dungeons, too much superfluous stuff). I've only played OoT once before my recent playthrough (back when WW first came out), so when I went through again it really cemented what my ideal Zelda experience is. Comparing OoT to WW is very different for me - WW feels more like a side story than a proper entry in the series, but it's not all bad. That said, I have a feeling I'll go through WW again at some point this year just to "wrap up" my Zelda experience, but I'll be playing the original instead of the remake.
(Side note: I've never played Majora's Mask before, but am going to grab that GC bonus disc sometime soon to check it out. I've heard lots of different things about the game, but am looking forward to seeing how it is! I love weird shit when it's done well, so I'm hoping I find the experience to be enjoyable.)