Anybody had cut out the holes for the tie-down on his or her Weather Tech cargo tray? The color match is nice. That not having the tie-down holes seems to be the reason not to buy the Weather Tech version. I just wonder if it is really that difficult to do a cut-out.
Here's a look at my cargo area as it's usually set up. The Husky liner is on the floor. Note how all outward edges of the liner form a raised rim a couple of inches above floor level. If you look at the locations of the four tie-down clips, you'll see raised areas in the liner. I've cut out the tops of these for clip access. I've mounted the cargo net through the liner using the rearward clips.
Note also the handle on the cargo cover. You can see a closeup of this in my Two Tweaks thread.
Quoting from my post #38413, I purchased the Husky cargo liner through California Auto Trends, aka NordLeth. They charge $66.03 plus $15.00 shipping (and $5 tax for CA folks) if you join their Buyer's Club mailing list. I was very pleased with NordLeth's service -- they were polite and knowledgable on the phone, and delivered my liner just two days after I ordered it.
Note that the Husky liners for the MDX come in black as well as tan. The product numbers begin 2430, with a fifth digit denoting color. 3 is for tan, so my number was 24303.
Been thinking about getting the Husky cargo tray. Need to know if it is easy to roll up. Sometimes we travel with our dog and need to use the 3rd row seats after we reach our destination. Therefore, the cargo tray would need to be rolled up.