At this point all I need is a release date, some character artwork and a very rough story synopsis - ie "you play as a road agent in the year 1899." That would do me. It's not really Rockstar's way though. Marketing will be very strong once it ramps up and I won't be able to resist sinking my teeth into every bit of info released.
That said, I think I would actually be happy if Rockstar said "the game is out on September 29th, there will be a launch trailer on September 22nd. See you then."
Even though I am completely pissed off at Rockstar marketing for their trolling, selfish, fan-hating silence, there are certain kinds of spoilers that I do not want, either. But I differ with you and others, on the specifics.
For example, I don't want a story synopsis, or a confirmation of the protag character, or the supposed year of the game. Furthermore, I don't want confirmation that RDR2 is or is not a prequel, nor what characters from RDR, if any, will reappear. I don't care if we don't know whether or not there is a Civil War, railroad tycoons, outlaw gangs, the Mexican army, a beautiful love interest, or whatever. I'm fine with the story being a wonderful surprise.
Rather, what I *DO WANT* are atmospheric elements and info, and I want it now - high-rez scenic screenshots that I can use for wallpaper, other virtual world design elements and behaviors that show the richness of the world, a bit more of that grizzled western-style dialog (out of context is fine), a few more snippets of the atmospheric western music, things like that. These things would build hype and mystery, rather than giving fans too much preview of the game and story substance.
And furthermore, since the first teaser was so short, and edited with such quick cuts, I assert that Rockstar marketing owes us another teaser trailer, along with a regular flow of dramatic screenshots and other little info snippets that don't give away anything substantial in the story.
TL/DR: I don't mind teasers at all. But total silence is what pisses me off.