Also I will have to agree with the others. As an listener of dubstep in many forms, I can't handle stuff that "filthy" if you will. I like mine more laid back, usually with vocals. If this sounds like something any of you would like check out the UFK Dubstep Youtube Channel.
I don't mind "dubstep/brostep" but I electro has been doing this stuff a lot longer and I think it just works better. The 4 on the floor just moves tracks better unless you have really interesting breaks or jungle patterns going on. Example, Feed Me turned Nero's Innocence into an electro monster where the bass really carries the groove rather than just sputtering in the background. Then again, Innocence is quite good as far as dubstep goes, so he has quite a few good sounds to work with.
Kaskade, long known for putting out house tracks (4AM - Adam K & Soha Remix <3) that flirt with the electro sound completely extracts the one salvageable element of Skrillex's Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites and builds something beautiful out of it.
Just my opinion but the dubstep thing is a passing fad. All roads in the electronica genre ultimately lead listeners to house, breaks, trance and jungle. It's just how it ends up working.
Not only is that how it works, but it is how it should work.
The fad of Dub is for sure going to end, but it has been around since 1998 or so. Dubstep blew up, got super popular, and everyone and their mother starting making horrible music. Dubstep will continue to provide good music as always, there will just be less fanboys and less horrible tracks once everyone goes on to the next fad.