Ok, maybe i'm just in a bad mood, but it really frustrates me that I am afraid to haul anything in the "scratch resistant" bed because I don't want to scratch it up. It seems that the even drying the bed with a towel the wrong way could scratch it! Ok, that's a bit excessive, but you all know what I mean. I realize that Honda has come out with a bed scratch repair kit, but come on, we shouldn't be forced to buy it because Honda falsely advertised the scratch resistance of the bed. To me, and really, the least sophisticated comsumer, "scratch resistant" means that it would resist most scratching from general everyday use, but this is clearly not the case. Does anyone agree that Honda needs to step up to the plate and resolve this issue once and for all?