I somehow don't feel like it'll make much impact either way. If something sells, it sells.
I hardly know who's really pulling the strings at LucasArts half the time anyway. The secret history interviews seemed to indicate the employees were getting increasingly confused by management's actions from Curse of Monkey Island and beyond. It doesn't even seem like the higher ups were being jerks with laying down the hammer of the law (although that seemed to be more Bill Tiller's beef) but that they had trouble being consistent or even knowing what they wanted to do as a company or what games they wanted to make.