Hi guys - I know I am probably walking into a lion's den here, but I was wondering if maybe you guys had some feedback. My first Chanel purchase arrived today, a large city rock bag. I don't love it. I wasn't really even excited by it. And that made me feel guilty. Am I the one missing something here? I didn't go for a classic flap because I don't like the style (I like a bit edgier) and although I like the boy, I've read about issues with quality there too - denting on top, cheap interior fabric, loose threads. Here's the thing, my nearly 4k bag, which is for sure cheap for Chanel, FEELS cheap. The leather (goatskin) feels like paper. The bag weighs about 6 ounces, maybe, it seems. I don't like heavy bags, but c'mon, gimme some of it for the heft! The interior is fabric. The lock is hard to close. The chain strap doesn't double, isn't adjustable, and is not long enough for anything other than a shoulder bag. It wasn't a holy grail moment. And I am so sad. I'm happy to pay more for sublime quality (and have been on a buying rampage with Dior and some higher end LV - the GO-14's put this one to shame from a quality perspective) but I am just not "getting it" - the quality, the hype, the reason for the ubiquitousness. Am I the crazy one? Thank you KINDLY in advance for any education or perspective!