Does this bug anyone else? The carpet covering that a lot of amp makers seem to be using more and more as opposed to tolex...why? Its ugly, things stick to it, if something gets spilled on it you can't just wipe it off, after heavy use it can end up looking like Don King's barber got hold of it, and it holds "bar stench". Its just nasty in my opinion yet lots of companies use it for their amps. SWR, Ashdown, Peavey, Hartke...to name a few. Does it hold some desirable dampening factor that good ol' tolex doesn't? I suspect its cheaper than tolex...any other thoughts?? Personally, when I lay out $$$$ for an amp or cabinet I don't want it covered with fuzzy carpet.