Audioquest vs Hunt EDA Mk6 record brushes

I am currently using the Hunt record brush but would be interested in others' opinions about alternatives like the Audioquest or Acoustech Big. The Hunt works fine but occasionally leaves some dust on the LP forcing me to sweep again. Is any of these much better than the rest? I'm embarrased to say that I used to use my VPI 16.5 before every play but now use it only once and the Hunt and a Milty Zerostat before each play.
I use both the Audioquest and Acoustech. I find both superior to the Hunt. You don't need to use your RCM before every play. Clean it properly and a light brushing is all that is needed for a long time.
I've had both, the audioquest does seem a little nicer, I've had the decca and ps audio as well. The disc doctor, with his lovely cleaning pads for your vpi rcm recommends the audioquest...
All carbon fiber dry-brushes leave a lot of dust. I like the Hunt, but the most complete removal IMO is to use the Hunt first to "herd" the dust into a neat line, and then use a damp Discwasher brush to remove the line of dust.
Not long after I pulled the trigger on a Hunt EDA brush at $25, I picked up a bundle of 25 16"x16" terry micropoly towels from Sam's Club for $10. The packaging claimed 80,000 fibers per square inch. I figured that ought to be fine enough to be able to scrub out an LP's groove.

What I quickly found out was that these towels render the dry brushes irrelevant. I fold over and then roll up one of the towels, and it is infinitely better than one of the much more expensive aluminum-handled carbon fiber brushes. I can use the towel dry for a dust-brushing, or with record cleaning fluid to clean more throughly and to remove grease, mold, and smudges, and then use the dry end to dry off the record cleaning fluid.

Unlike a record cleaning brush, when the towel gets gunked up from cumulative cleanings, I can drop it in the washing machine, and I still have 24 backup towels to see me through until that first one is clean.
Thought I would rekindle this thread. After brushing w/ my Hunt brush, I get that line of dust Opalchip refers to. I have seen someone use the blue lint roller type tool, but I am not a big fan. Don't like the idea of possible residue left from that. The damp brush idea to get that line of dust seems like a good one...?