My all-weather mats have been abused with 40K of MTX driving, as well as the snow/salt/sand of winter, construction/work boots and other foot traffic, as well as having not-so-clean equipment placed on them. They've held up nicely. No holes or worn-out spots, and they look as good as new when they're clean.
Plus, they fit perfectly with the floor contours, with the Mazda 6 logo on them.
I bought a set of cheap rubber mats at Walmart when I first got my car, because I have tan floormats and interior. They fit ok, but the driver's one was always creeping up forward, and it got annoying. Someone local was selling the all-season ones, so I got those. I like the fitment alot better, and it's also cool that the 6 logo is on them too.
I don't move my foot back and forth between the gas, I just pivot my heel. I wore a hole through the floormat in my old car doing this, and I'm sure I will do the same with this one.
I got some tan Michelin floormats that I picked up from Pep Boys fitted over my stock carpet mats. Less expensive than the all weather mats, fits pretty good, and has deep pockets for rain/snow melt. At least they don't budge when I'm doin my fancy footwork.
I got lucky, when I bought my car it had the carpeted mats inside and in the trunk was a set of the rubber mats, along with a cargo net and the locking wheel nuts. I clean my car every week so I alternate between the two. The rubber mats are great especially in bad weather. I like the design with the little pockets to hold water.
I got lucky as well with having the carpet mats when i bought my 6 and the all weather mats in the truck i alternate them in and out depending on the time of the year. I havent had any problems with them and they seem very durable.