Yes I would care. Quite a bit.
Quick Looks are fun and at least most of the time informative, but they are not always representative of what the game actually is (see: Fez). Reviews are pretty much the only reason I still take this site seriously - without them, it's just a bunch of goofy videos. I know there have been some attempts to try to bring "serious journalism" in here and there but that has been really hit and miss with me. I value reviews here more than pretty much every other site because I have some familiarity with the reviewers themselves, which makes reviews much more worthwhile to me when it comes to interpreting their score & what they have to say about the game. I know other sites review everything, but I don't get a damn about what Joe Nobody at IGN or Gamespot or whoever has to say about a game. I may as well ask a total stranger at a Gamestop what they think of something, since I don't know anything about their tendencies and likes/dislikes either.
Nothing wrong with goofy videos, but it's easy to forget most of these guys have been covering games for over a decade now, it would be a total waste to not have reviews.
I also miss the occasional video reviews, but I guess that ship has sailed.
tl;dr summary: If you want reviews to go away, FUCK YOU, FACIST
Pretty much my feelings on the matter. I think the one way GB gets to get away with all the goofiness is precisely because they've got the experience and editorial clout to back it up. Bombcasts are an important supplement to reviews but I would rather have more, not less, with respect to discussion about video games.