If it doesn't matter which library the OP chooses, what is the point of asking, or answering the question? If the answer is, "disguise it out of recognition," which I partly agree with, then it doesn't matter that much what you start with as long as the raw materials are strong, don't have too much of a sonic signature that is recognisable, and have a wide range of dynamics. Personally, I don't find Damage has as much dynamic or sonic range as other offerings available today. If you want hits and intensity ready-made, it still has plenty to offer -- I'm not knocking it -- but if I only had one drum library and a willingness to tweak, Damage would not be my go-to choice. Agents and music library folks have heard Damage-laden tracks now for a loooonngg time. Personally I think it's a good idea to try something else. My agent told me years ago not to use one of the libraries (not Damage; another library) I really liked, not because it sounds bad, but because it was overused. I do like Damage and still sneak it in. As others noted, it has some punch that is handy and many layers in its rhythmic material that do allow one to carve it, but it has a far smaller role than it once did, eight years ago or whenever it came out.